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Loose Lines Sketch by N3M0S1S
Loose Lines Sketch
Just come faces I had in my head that I wanted to get out. I know the humerus on that one girl's arm is way too long, but it was fun to draw.... Fuck Proportions. 
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Hand Tutorial Notes by N3M0S1S
Hand Tutorial Notes
A lot of the basic notes on hands are here, but there is some advanced and unnoticed stuff too. I can't go over all the technical names of the human body, even though people have asked, because it's unnecessary and boring. Who cares those parts are called according to surgeons? What's important is knowing how to draw them. 

Try your best if you will to draw hands loosely. Keep the form in mind, start with malleable box-forms and build from there....

I don't know what tutorial to do next, but I think I'll actually create some art first.... I believe I am going to go back to sketch work for awhile and go from there.

Well, I hope this tutorial finds you well ---> PEACE! 


Links to other tutorials:
Proper Leg Reference by N3M0S1SShoulder Girdle continued... by N3M0S1SLots Of Arms for Reference. by N3M0S1SArm Construction Notes. by N3M0S1SShoulder Girdle Construction Notes by N3M0S1S
Building the Human Foot by N3M0S1S<da:thumb id="440626885"><da:thumb id="440946818"><da:thumb id="441343800"><da:thumb id="489982604">
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Nova Cover (front) by N3M0S1S
Nova Cover (front)
Hey All! When I went to Chicago for the Wizard Con I ran into two awesome patrons who commissioned me for a couple of covers. There's a fair amount that I wasn't able to scan, but I brought back with me two comics to do, front and back, in my free time.  Here is one of them. The others can be linked to below. 

That being said. I've got a hand tutorial I'm working on for everyone. I know it's taking awhile, but it's because I'm trying to make it one of the greatest hand tutorials in the history of human kind. That takes awhile. So.... I'll have it up this week. In the meantime, I hope you guys enjoy this.

I see myself as mostly a digital painter, but I do believe that letting your traditional skills decline is a mistake. It's foolish to privilege one over the other, but we've all got favs. It was nice doing these because I got a chance to get back to the fundamentals. 

Nova Cover (Back) by N3M0S1SHarley Cover (front) by N3M0S1SHarley Cover (back) by N3M0S1S
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Nova Cover (Back) by N3M0S1S
Nova Cover (Back)
Hey All! When I went to Chicago for the Wizard Con I ran into two awesome patrons who commissioned me for a couple of covers. There's a fair amount that I wasn't able to scan, but I brought back with me two comics to do, front and back, in my free time.  Here is one of them. The others can be linked to below. 

That being said. I've got a hand tutorial I'm working on for everyone. I know it's taking awhile, but it's because I'm trying to make it one of the greatest hand tutorials in the history of human kind. That takes awhile. So.... I'll have it up this week. In the meantime, I hope you guys enjoy this.

I see myself as mostly a digital painter, but I do believe that letting your traditional skills decline is a mistake. It's foolish to privilege one over the other, but we've all got favs. It was nice doing these because I got a chance to get back to the fundamentals. 
Nova Cover (front) by N3M0S1SHarley Cover (front) by N3M0S1SHarley Cover (back) by N3M0S1S
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Nemo Filipovic
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Canada
Current Residence: Earth
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Favourite genre of music: Metal
Favourite photographer: Vickie Gray
Favourite style of art: Comic Art and 3D
Operating System: My way or highway
MP3 player of choice: Samsung Galaxy X3
Shell of choice: False Kindness
Wallpaper of choice: Blood of my enemies
Skin of choice: Iron Man suit
Favourite cartoon character: Dexter, from dex's lab
Personal Quote: I know freedom. I will not compromise
Interests
  • Mood: Optimism
  • Listening to: sirens
  • Reading: comments
  • Watching: 47 Ronin
  • Playing: Soon the start ME3 (again)
  • Eating: delicious Tortellini
  • Drinking: Coke
So finally my degree and long time experience as a factory grunt have been recognized... sigh...

I've been holding on financially by the skin of my teeth for awhile, but I've largely kept it to myself. Literally there have been some months where I've only been in the green by the little leftover change I've had in my hand and that's pretty scary when you're renting your own place and there are people relying on you to pay bills. The only things keeping me afloat were the patrons who had me do commissions and, to my shame, theft. 

Despite my practiced smile, and how I spoke earlier of the opportunity to tour several US Wizard Conventions with industry legend Kurt Lehner, I didn't mention how baffled I was as to how I was going to fund it. Yes, as you can imagine, this caused me great stress. 

Frankly, however, I didn't care and figured the opportunity was too great; I would go into debt happily for this. But serendipity has struck it would seem because now I don't have to (you may have noticed I was speaking in the past tense :D ).

In the past I've spent months looking, but this time it took only two days! I've landed well paying work as a machinist for a large company. They honor my years of experience as a factory man, as well as my degree in psychology with added clerical and possible administrative duties. In essence, the solution has presented itself with impeccable timing.

One day I'll be able to work as a full-time professional artist, and I am still calling that it will happen this year! In the meantime, however, I will labor roughly with my hands to earn a living and keep moving forward. I've never been intelligent and my math is horrid, but I know I've got great hands and they'll get me through :).

--> Wish me luck.

---> ---> Good luck to all of us.     

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MadAlleyCat Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Student Filmographer
Thank you for taking the time to make those awesome tutorials. It's always useful to see others approach to drawing and techniques!
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N3M0S1S Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem. I gotta do a couple more for the head and face features, so stay tuned. 

    What should I start with? 
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MadAlleyCat Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014  Student Filmographer
What you feel most for I'd say.
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Markus-MkIII Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice collection of good tutorials you got here! Very insightful :thumbsup:.
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N3M0S1S Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks, man. It's cool to me that people like these tutorials. 
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Markus-MkIII Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's good to hear. They really are helpful.
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Atomic-DNA Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
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Sonimul Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You have some really nice art here. I especially like the tutorial section ;P
There is so much helpful informations ... it was pretty much the very first interesting tutorial literature I read and watched on Deviant Art. I really ejoyed the abdominal section :)
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N3M0S1S Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
lol. Yeah, the tutorials are more liked than my actual work, sad to say. I'm glad people are taking a liking to them. The abdominal one is my fave so far as well, but I'm struggling with making the one for hands right now. I'm trying to come up with some advanced notes so that they are a bit more thorough than other tutorials, but there isn't too much to be said. Hands don't come easy unless you draw them thousands of times :S. Breaking it down into geometrics is a great start, but nothing beats the practice.   
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Sonimul Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's so true - nothing beats the practice and this I need really much :)
Waiting for the hands tutorial, mate
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