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Even when I draw realistic faces, there is that "manga" influence.  It looks pretty close, but there's still that little "manga" tint to it.  Well if manga didn't exist, people would probably say "cartoon".  Anyways.  I can't shake it off, no matter how much I try. U_U  It's all Japan's fault.

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Faces 02 by Padder
Faces 02
More practice.  Bare linework is difficult for realism, as faces have a lot of subtle features.  So here's paintings instead.
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Faces01 by Padder
Faces01
Practicing drawing faces on a Cintiq using Sketchbook Pro.  By the end, I started getting a pretty neat technique (upper-left).
From random photos.
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Even when I draw realistic faces, there is that "manga" influence.  It looks pretty close, but there's still that little "manga" tint to it.  Well if manga didn't exist, people would probably say "cartoon".  Anyways.  I can't shake it off, no matter how much I try. U_U  It's all Japan's fault.
There should be a "no pin up month" type of collective initiative, where artists vow, for one month, to not do a billionth pin up for once.  Illustrations, backgrounds, some story-telling, and, well, "nature morte" (which is basically object pinup but, hey it's different).  Hell a lot of American comic books are all about action pin ups often times.  Nothing wrong with pin ups, but boy are our online art galleries saturated with them.  Just a thought.
Wait I never shared this? by Padder
Wait I never shared this?
Last image I made for last assignment in an online course ( Schoolism ) I had a few months back ,where we had to apply most everything we learned thus far. I wanted to correct some aspects of the image before sharing, but I really am lazy and ended up forgetting about it entirely.  So there you go! Eat!
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Michel Dinel
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Canada
I am a storyboard artist with 2D animation skills (and college degree) and with a childhood dream of doing comics. I seem to be too lazy to reach those stars (plus I hear the pay just sucks) so I do storyboards for video games aiming for excellence in visual storytelling , and other tasks helping people SEE the fuzzy thoughts they have in their minds. Hoping to storyboard big movies someday.

Current job: Storyboard Artist at Eidos Montréal - Square Enix
Current Residence: Canada (Montreal,Quebec)
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TristanRoach Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2014   Digital Artist
thank you so much for watching me !:squee: AMAZING work you got over here!
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21mesh Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
your drawings are unbelievable, I like it. Do you have an instagram account ? or Tumblr ? 
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Padder Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thanks!  I have Tumblr but I barely use it.  For now there's twitter I occasionally use, with some things I don't post here sometimes:
twitter.com/Padderooz
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hatsunemikulover1243 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Student General Artist
omg omg omg *stalks you*
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Padder Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
o,o
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FrancisDeb Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014
Your pieces are awesome! Especially the linearts are really teaching me something! :D
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Padder Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
Cool! Glad you see something useful in this pile of lines : )
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Tea-for-JBASS Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks for the fav!
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Padder Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Professional General Artist
np.  Fine little scene piece.
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elked Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Student Digital Artist
You're a random deviant.
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