Here are some of my sketches that I've been able to scan and share with you. Hopefully I will be able to scan some more and post them. Here. Enjoy.
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me as a Ghostbuster
Here are more sketches. Feel free to critique or provide any advice thanks. :lifedrawing:
Quick study of wolf from reference.
2 years later eh. Quite a difference between first and last pics. You should totally show some more work.
I hope I'm not wrong about seeing Rob Zombie in #6 because he's a badass. :)
A caricature of Hans Gruber from "Die Hard"
study of Joe Manganiello done in Photoshop from photo reference
step by step illustration of joe manganiello done in Photoshop from photo reference.
the last one is very impressive!
Oh wow, the skin tones are great! Man, I wish I would have been that disciplined to keep on drawing in 2010. Took me more than a year to do become serious about it.
Do you have any pencil drawings? I'd love to see the progress there, too.
You should try to do more work in pencil instead of photoshop because you're very good at it.The Hans Gruber caricature is really cool but the rest of the digital stuff is a bit lacking in tone,the shades seem to be too washed up,try going darker to make them more expressive.
Digital Illustration painted in Photoshop with Wacom Intuos 4
quick sketch of Robocop painted in Photoshop with Wacom Intuos 4
Painted in Photoshop CS5 with Wacom Intuos 4. Not sure if I got his likeness or not. Critiques are welcomed.
Caricature of comedian Jim Norton pained in Photoshop CS5 with Wacom Intuos 4.
Caricature of James Earl Jones painted in Photoshop CS5 with Wacom Intuos 4.
A caricature of Vincent Price painted in Photoshop CS5 using Wacom Intuos 4
Quick illustration done in Photoshop CS5
Illustration done in Photoshop CS5
Illustration painted in Photoshop CS5 using a Wacom Intuos 4
wonderful work, especially the joe manganiello study, i do notice his left arm (viewer right) seems a little flat, was that simply a product of the photo lighting?
Thanks for liking my work! Yeah the arm was that way in the photograph so I painted it that way. :)
Illustration of White Walker painted in Photoshop CS5 using a Wacom Intuos 4
Painted in Photoshop CS5