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I'm going into my Sophomore year as an art major at The Ohio State University.
Knowing that this isn't an art college, specifically geared to churn out artists upon graduation, I'm going to have to work pretty hard and develop my talent to be noticed in my field. I know this and have accepted it.
Because of this, I am eager to hone my skill and would greatly appreciate any and all comments/critiques anyone has to give, even the bad ones. I can't hope to evolve if I don't learn, right?
These are some commissions I did for a friend for his game that will later be used for a comic book on the story of said game:
Copic Markers/Faber Castelle Ink pens-
This is another one of the aforementioned friend's characters, this time the main protagonist in another one-shot comic he'd like me to work on pretty soon here:
Faber Castelle India Ink pens-
These are just two of my own works, done quite recently. I enjoy facial expressions so these were a test on subtlety and how well I could convey the emotions:
((If this post is too large, let me know and I'll resize the images. I wasn't sure what you guys prefer.))
The image sizes are fine.
Keep working from your head, but not only from your head. The more visual info you can pack into it by drawing from life and reference, the more successful your drawing without them will be. If you don't know how to draw something, don't make it up.
**Finished Work Thread **Process Thread **Edges Tutorial
Crash Course for Artists, Illustrators, and Cartoonists, NYC, the 2013 Edition!
"Work is more fun than fun."
"Art is supposed to punch you in the brain, and it's supposed to stay punched."
Well, your faces are incredibly stylised and most of the poses look very uncomfortable or difficult to get into. I dare you to try reclining like the guy in the last one, it hurts
I'm bad at sketchbooks, have a tumblr!
Back to basics!