I was a bit cheeky too, I timed myself yesterday after work to create a simple speed paint.I gave myself an hour (really not confident with this painting lark ) and well this is what I did. Its nowhere near 100% perfect, but nevermind!
Well its been utter months since I posted in here last. I really should learn to keep sketches in here no matter what they look like. My anaemia became more a pain throughout the summer months, lots of hospital trips and with the slightly annoying news of 'We aren't really sure why you have this type...' :/
Anyway some odd sketches I have on my shiney new computer. My style is changing dramatically too, I've loosened up on the comic style as such and now its going more towards an Art Nouvea style. Somebody gave me a Mucha print recently, and its really inspired me. It now hangs in my room like a small shrine
anyway enjoy. More to come, including some life drawing pieces.
I bought a new sketchbook this morning and swore to myself I would draw in it every day. So today I couldnt think what to draw, so instead I took this picture of Eva Green that was the in Total Film magazine. I'm not sure if this counts as anything, but I felt the need to try it out due to the odd hand angles.
Suprisingly I enjoyed it
RandAlThor - Thanks mate, I appreciate the comments!
An online friend has helped me recently, just by having a chat with me. I appreciate her for it incredibly. So I asked her other half what sort of style she like, he sent me onto Gorey. Really cool stuff.
So just this quick Thank you gift for her
*Shyly posts a few more* I need to study some more anatomy, especially hands, feet, shoulders! hmm.
And Im taking part in this weeks CHOW: Stilgar from Dune, a Freman. I've done a bit of research as I don't really remember the films and I haven't ever read the books. Both are just some quick ideas to see how they would pan out really. Struggling with the foreshortening on the 2nd piece, the sandworm he is riding would be quite small
Really enjoy your work, and you have improved on each CHOW. Keep it up!
wow I can't get over the transition of style - you've really found yourself in your work, I love it !