LTPlissken: Thanks! I'm not sure that situation of parachuted dinos and donkeys really needed any added bizarreness. Thought it wouldn't hurt.... hehehe
A landscape and a portrait from my head. I'm not too happy with the portrait (generic, outlined, pinkish, left eye bigger than right eye, non planned bg vs face....etc. you get the point ), but the landscape turned out ok. Exaaaaammmsss....bleghhhhh.
You're very skilled and a lot of cool things seems to be happening in your head.
If anything, you could try to construct everything more 3dish in your sketches. You don't decompose the shapes into basic primitives, and that only makes it harder for you.
Overall, very cool stuff.
PS: I really like the pig with the hat, it's incredibly funny!
wicked updates, i think sitting down and doing a few long still life sessions with acrylics would be a super healthy way to be working with color
(with acrylics you can work with it for a long time and have a "visual dialogue" with the painting i think its a lot harder to do the same with watercolor or washes
in the beginning at least that has been my experience)
i cant stress the "from life" bit any more, photos just dont do what you see in reality justice
keep up the hard work its paying off (line is looking wicked btw )
A still life on 4x4 board with acrylics. I was pretty happy with it two days ago and now I see issues...gah. The scanning turned it a bit weird (there's random red spots!??!), but overall its pretty close to life. And a design for a building. I used toned paper for the first time and quite liked it. That's white pencil crayon, around 8 pencil and white conte.
sup Pixie Trick really digging your updates its good to see you arnt afraid to experiment i think its always healthy way to improve and keep your eye fresh for art. Keep those studies up though
looking forward to seeing more
have a good one