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Michael B.B. Christensen

SciFi & Fantasy Artwork by Michael B.B. Christensen

Michael the dabbler.

Airk Mikhas
Beornegar the centaur paladin
Bird of the dark
Eye of terror
Grunk the guide
Gumpo - the deepsea wonder
Keeper of lost souls
Kiriini the elven juice junkie
Millian keeper of the bog secrets
Sheiralil the druid
Sir diddy
The Anterist Falls
The History Book
Theristerian Materia Ball
Waterfall shower
Windwillow Royal Guard
Zealot gone bad
Zombie Eye

21 Apr 2000:-) Amy Antika Naylor
There's no shame is using refference material. That's how I basically learned to draw... by looking at a cool picture and then putting a paper next to it and trying to do the same thing. To get some more origionality you might try taking pictures of people out of magazines, drawing the pose, and then doing your own thing with their clothes, ...looks ...species ...*laugh* To this day I still work best from a pose but I tend to use refferences from the books of nude models that I've bought. That way you can see the body posed right without having to determine where the skin ends and the clothes begin. 19) good luck!

-Michael: Thanks, I have already moved onto trying real photos. The bladesinger in full armor is one I did using a model in a long coat. I really started by drawing ontop of other drawings, when I was way younger hehe.. But so far I'm still best at drawing what I see.
21 Apr 200045 Troy L. Megli
Welcome to the Woods Michael! Very nice works here, I really like the looks of the Waterfall, keep postin'!!!

-Michael: Thank you, sure am grateful to be part of the woods. I have just now posted more of my old stuff.
21 Apr 200045 Annie VintherToft
Very fine work, Michael! Wish I could was that good 2 Keep it up!

-Michael: Thanks. I will 19)
22 Apr 200045 Popple
Hey, Bahne! I, too, especially like the waterfall. I teach drawing sometimes, and I agree that you DO need to use reference material. Direct observation is best, but photographs are also good resources. Keep drawing 2

-Michael: Thanks Popple 2 I'll do my best.
11 Oct 2000:-) Benjamin G.Davey
So, you're from denmark huh? Me too! Well sorta. Anyway, I think you've got potential here. I think you'll be really good once you can move away from having to use a reference. I still use references myelf actually (sometimes) but only when I see something I would have done differently or think I could do better. But keep practicing and you'll get there before long.

-Michael: Thanks2 I dont get much done these days though. But it wont be long before i pick up a pencil again 2
22 Dec 2000:-) Heather 'Undying Song' Gladden
Wee! Thanks alot for the absolutely spffing comments =) it was nice of you. I liek the green dude, btw ^^

-Michael: My pleasure, great gallery you got there, absolutely marvelous. Yah, the hulk.. One of my first drawing that took up a whole A4 paper.
25 Mar 200145 Kimberly E (Cadia) Rys
*pats the tiger then runs*
25 Mar 200345 Orando wolf
This is cool
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