Last edited by velderia; December 28th, 2009 at 12:52 AM.
More is good.
Scetchbook: View the exhibitionist's stuff.
Amusing little thread title. Your style seems interesting. Sky Doll-ish. Looking forward to see what you birth into being!
Wow, what a week. Managed to burp a post-NY Comic Con doodle. Might draw more/scan some moleskines laterz.
Wrong order but dates are kind of written down anyway so meh..
The book of instrucshunz...
While waiting in line for a Dark Horse portfolio review.
Cool style your working on here, really enjoyable.
but I really think some life drawings and anatomy studies would really help.
Hatching and linework looks real cool, but you may want to study how light effects cloth and hair.
Real good work keep it up!
do you look at much of manu is malin? Some of your stuff reminds me a bit of that, also really nice choice on the sketchcolor.
This only occors to me now, but maybe you will agree: when sketching there is a certain "give" which a traditional physical medium succumbs to. This give often allows for bolder lines. This is especially noticable when looking at writing. No resistance/give
No edgy letterforms.
Burpin' some post con doodles
Me suffering from a really, if I may, TOTALLY FUCKED UP headcold
Doodle during recovery of said headcold. Random kanji as well. I wanna learn Japanese again really bad, but I'll probably find time for it after I get a job doing something.
hi manga skilll developing
try realisics drawings as well since manga is heavily based upon human antomy simplified to he most necessary! and if you want to try apinting to its nice to do both drawing and painting. keep posting
Sketchbook (daily Oils):
It's been a while. Been taking 100mg of 5-HTP (natural antidepressant). Going to move to Dallas, TX on the 29th and all of that jazz. Feeling like shit. I'm hungry... Ooo... Apple... Yummeh!
I need to draw for funz.
You have some nice manga/cartoon influeneced work, but just have to repeat the (already said) comment about some anatomy/life drawing making your work stronger.
Have to add the waterfairy and whirlweb have very cool colour palettes.
Look forward to seeing more.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.
This has been taking up most of my time: http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=159776&page=2
good work, I'm digging the smooth painterly strokes! in my opinion, you should focus on eliminating unnecessary lines in your figure sketches to make them easier to read, rely more on the design and flow of the figure itself and make the drawings work as an abstract whole. keep it up!
I uploaded this in a thread somewhere else in some portrait month thingy and I think I should post it here for safekeeping. It's (suppose to be) a self-portrait. I was using a compact mirror as a reference... It was attached to my speaker using masking tape and it kept slipping off. XD It was kind of fun though. My shaved eyebrows are nearly grown back and that brown thing on my face is a birthmark - not a mole. Just so you know.