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This is from 2007. Took a week and many hours after school to get it done.
All in H, HB, 2B, 4B and 6B pencil.
The watercolour one was from last year started at school in art and all through...
Another sketch thing...
One of my characters :B
I always use my hands for drawing reference.
Wow I really love your use of crosshatching and face rendering... reminds me of DaVinci's work! :D
Also, I love to see these kinds of traditional works because of the sheer effort and skill that is...
Just some life drawing stuff... I left the big sketchpad at school 9___9
but here's a couple I took pictures of....
Geez doing the life drawing makes me feel that I'm not good enough and need to...
I'm especially fond of the green and black critter.
Very cool concepts overall, I'd love to see them in a unique setting! :)
Tufted Puffin and a water god (I suppose XD)
Sketched and done at school and home, took about 3 hours. My only reference was a picture of a Tufted puffin for marking references.
Overall it was...
I really love how you render faces and your shading is extraordinary. I do hope to improve so much by learning a thing or two.
Awesome stuff, keep up the great work!:D
So this was from Christmas eve. I guess you can call them the "Coal Deer."
Solpugids, or sun spiders, are arachnids yet are not true spiders. Their mandibles come two pairs parallel to each other...
Something I'm working on for school, all in india ink and some drawing ink.
Hopefully I'll get it done before May....
Some of this is cropped because of the photo.
Suggestions, advice, ect...
Well, here's some more sketches, top one is in sumi ink and watercolour. It was started with the bird head at the left all in sumi ink only. Was kind of a fun experiment to do.
This second one was...
Cool stuff you have here, especially the creature designs (I love that teal blue!)
The scenery sketches are also very lovely, keep up the great work!
Woaaaaah that's really awesome, like right out of the comic book on pavement!
Very nice work, keep it up! :)
More pencil doodles, just some creatures drawn without reference.... the nautilus monkey was from a bizarre dream.
Very nice works here, I do love the building perspective and animal sketches.
Your people are very well executed as well. I do love the lineart, but I'd also love to see some quick sketches and...
Wow this is really stunning! I love seeing the whole process of the painting, how the gold yellow was applied first then layered over... very surreal and interesting, and the overall movement of the...
Well, my first post for the "It's finally finished!" section... here it goes:
The top is an albatross and crane solely in sumi ink and watercolour with no pencil sketch.
The second is a blue...
Ooh I really like the composition of the man and the foxes, it has a very nice flow to it. I also love the sparse use of red on the drawing of the girl with the roses, and the two detailed drawings...
I really like your gesture drawing series below the skeleton drawing.
Always interesting to see this kind of work.
Well..... here's some sketchbook stuff, in drawing inks, pens and pencils.
THe large draft horse has three legs and was done just for fun.
Critiques and advice much welcome!
Oh thank you so much! Yes the picture is cropped, in the original the front legs are fully visible.
Augh... I used a small picture from a comic book for the flamingo man, and it really bugs me that...
Wow your control of stippling is very excellent and your knowledge of anatomy really shows. The expression of the girl in the 2 Ladies w.i.p is very well done.
I really like how you drew the arms here, very well executed and anatomically correct.
Well, here it goes.......
A W.I.P of a giant giraffe demon versus Flamingoman, all in watercolours and drawing inks for AP portfolio^^
Also, a couple quick sketches with side doodles... the three...
Loving all the stuff here! You have some very cool concepts I find inspiring!