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  • D&D pic I did for my sons group,

    Picture of my sons team in D&Ddanielscaled.jpg

  • #2
    The image is too small for me see. Try hosting it somewhere else and using image tags.
    sketchbook thread

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mikecabral View Post
      Picture of my sons team in D&Ddanielscaled.jpg
      Hi mikecabral. When you use the image tool, it unfortunately has the "Retrieve remote file and reference locally" checked by default even though that's not allowed on the forum and usually doesn't work. Lately it has been allowing some images to post, but it doesn't show for a lot of people. You should uncheck the box when you post an image, and like battlewraith said, it should be a direct link to an image file hosted somewhere that doesn't require someone to be a member of that site to see the image. DeviantArt and Imgur are popular here.
      Pummel Is Back!

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      • #4
        Very Small...Wish I could see it..
        Keep that Pencil Busy!

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        • #5
          Does it have to still be uploaded to something like deviant art? Or can I open file from my computer and upload it? And I'm sorry, what were the img tags again, been years since I did this.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by mikecabral View Post
            Does it have to still be uploaded to something like deviant art? Or can I open file from my computer and upload it? And I'm sorry, what were the img tags again, been years since I did this.
            Yes. To be accessible it needs to be uploaded somewhere on the internet and linked to from here. The link should be to the actual image file, not the page where it's hosted. Normally you write click the image and select "copy image link" or whatever is appropriate for your device. Uploading here is not allowed because this is a small website with limited resources.
            Pummel Is Back!

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              • #8
                <IMG. Danielscaled by NOdollarVALUE on DeviantArt IMG>

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                • #9
                  I'm trying to figure this out, sorry.. Still looks small.

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                  • #10

                    10 chars...
                    sketchbook thread

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                    • #11
                      Close but no cigar. You're using the URL of the DA page rather than the url of the image and image tags use brackets (note the backslash on the second tag)

                      [img]place URLhere[/img]

                      Hit the quote button on this post to see the code in action

                      PaulMartinSmith

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                      • #12
                        Not Bad.. I can see...nicely done..Now on my computer ( all my work goes to DA Deviant Art..) when I want to post here I click on image OPEN IMAGE IN NEW TAB..which appears up top next to the computer address ( you'll see it show up ) Click on the new tab...then in edit..SELECT ALL ( your image should have a blue looking look ) then go back to edit an click COPY...then head here to PJ and when your ready go to Edit an hit PASTE...Your image should appear
                        Keep that Pencil Busy!

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                        • #13
                          thanks everyone, let me work on a new pic and try it out!

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                          • #14
                            More underdrawing, proportions and perspective, please.

                            Many of your limbs are freakishly overlong, Rhino Skull's head is disconnected from his body, Squatting Lad is floating in space.

                            You are your own best model, no cameras or mirrors required. To start with he top figure: Hold your sword arm up with the hand on the far side of the head and note that your elbow is inside the frame of your body. Move your elbow out to the side and note how the sword hand is now on the other side of the head. Either the hand or the elbow is wrong, your choice.

                            Central Man: Assume the position. Did you tuck your elbow into your side and pin your hand against your shoulder? Straighten out and foreshorten the arm.

                            Squatting Lad is, in theory, sitting on a surface that is 3/4 to our view. His posture needs to be 3/4 as well.

                            You've left out 2/3 of the dragons head. Just because the far side of his skull is largely blocked by the snout doesn't mean the far side isn't there. We need to see the top of his skull and the bone ridge of the other eye.

                            PaulMartinSmith

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                            • #15
                              Just do whatever Smitty says. Also pick a consistent shading pattern. You have stark black & white, stippling, crossing hatching, and just solid line. It breaks any continuity within the drawing. Make a choice.
                              Fresh Droppings | Sketch Blog

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