Nice sketchbook, good studies with the eyes, ears, lips and hands ect... ect...
I should do way more of that! Your characters are pretty nice too!
Keep it up!
This is a memory caricature of a server at TGI Fridays using one of those new PDAs
Thank you Chris.
The first is a lady walking in the city and the second is a hair stylist I ran across today.
The first is a caricature of a man walking to his train and the second is a younger guy resting on the train in the morning.
The first are three people that walked past me on the train. The second is a quick render of the rib cage, and the third is a man that fell asleep reading a book.
This is my second try at Fat Joe after going through the entire online class in character design. The one on the left is my first attempt to draw this character 9 weeks ago. The one on the right was drawn today and is the final assignment. I will be posting the colored versions once I get the second one finalized.
This is a quick doodle I did earlier today on the way home. This drawing has to do with how I feel today. Sometimes you just can't hide from the inevitable train wreck.
I really need to find a new venue to draw in. The side and back of head views is getting too tedious, but here is a man reading the newspaper i spotted today.
here are a few characters telling someone where the beach is. i will eventually turn this into a digital illustration so any and all criticism is welcome. thank you!
they will not be floating in space once i get to painting it. i'm still juggling a few ideas about the environment.
its sorta a dog. this boy is having fun with his pal.
this is something i'm working on the side. its three characters playing a joke on a traveler looking for the beach.
The first is a concept for a super hero named Badger Boy or something like that. He transforms into a large half-man half-boy beast creature.
The second drawing is a man sitting three seats away. It was done in 60 seconds.
Both are caricatured portraits.
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