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Its been a while. I haven't been here in ages... I've been doing some new stuff and thought I'd share with you all...
I doubt any of you remember my old thread from way back when, so I'll start fresh and new (many things to be posted are fresh and new anyways)
Last edited by Hayabusa; June 19th, 2009 at 04:01 PM.
comments of any kind welcome
excuse the monkey junk
I'll put up even more finished refined work in here
for the sake of ease/access
more more more more
birds and more birds plus a step by step
the joker card is an actual Card i printed
i made more but no photos yet
ink drawing on one half, photoshopped mirror for the other
i am sorry if some of the images are too large...I only now realize this may be an issue... if it is, my mistake...
unifinished kitty is still unfinished...
thats all for now
playing around with various media
this got deleted accidently from the last post
mixed media experiment
sort of tried to mix batman and venom
might color it
these will be printed cards, so I tried to keep em simple
colored in photoshop
havent done so in a while
crits comments much appreciated
ill try to do some more traditional studies soon and post em up
colored with watercolors and pencil crayon mix
new one i did last night
i probably shouldve used a ref. for it...
inking is a bit wonky tooo but too late to fix it now
ill probably color this one as well
some more sketches, really rough
following andrew loomis book...
my fave would have to be the ones where there are bodies attached
any and comments welcomed
last few roughs
last one for now.. this one I will change into an OWL
im looking to do lots of quick rough sketches in the near future
and am also banging out a little comic-story thing
ALSO, DaStreets, thanks for dropping by
i have some more to post but its not scanned yet... I will probably do it later tonight or tomorrow
some copy-catting from Burne Hogarth's book
I still cant manage a subtle look for the muscles, and it drives me NUTS
the top left back drawing is my fav. thus far... the subtly in the muscle shading (hard to capture with scanner) is really what Im striving for moving forward
few more quick ones
picked up bridgman's book... going to do lots of drawing from it