good call on the shoulders Caspia, I tried to even them out on the clean up.
Thanks Dracken the Onion is a life/ photo combo, the leafy squiggle bits are from photo reference, the over all textures are from life. - what ever gets the job done right?
Wow Mitchoo that made my day! I don't think I've ever been used as a study before
Here's the clean up for my line up... I still think it needs more style and my hands need major work! The to-do list is looking scary
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great style rhubix i love these cartoony characters
no 2 n 4 are prolly my favs and 1 is very cool to .. yes! definatly a great job!
Keep it up!
All sorts of goodness in here, the cartoons are fun and original, while the more realistic stuff is still well done.
Your SB is amazing. I'm really in love with your characters. When i look at them i get thousands of ideas, how they would react, what kind of character they have, what they like and what they don't like and so on. Just lovely
Since i got some problems with fabrics, i was amazed by your runway studies as well. Very nice, keep up the awesome work and i can't wait to see more
your sketchbook keeps rocking! It has only become this more awesome since I last saw it !
KEep it up!
Wow, I like those characters, no 2 is my favourite! Reminds me of a guy I know XD And there's much style in there already
you have a nice style , i really enjoyed .
Thanks for all the positive feed back
here's a quick update. a pub line up and a cartoon I drew for wedding thank you cards .
p.s - lets just ignore the lack of front wheels on the cart... that would be great
Your sketchbook is really cool, I really like your style. I'd like to see you play around with some line weight to liven up the lines on the characters a bit.
beatiful work again rhubix! lovely character design! and expressioN!
keep it up miss!
Wow I really like your clean cartoony style.Plus I love that you use all different body types from tall, short,fat and thin with different ages. Since I see many artists just using basically the same thing most of the time.
Thanks for all the comments and advice! I've been super busy this week but I wanted to dump the last of the May subway sketching! I threw in some bonus doodles I did the other night.
Not much in the way of long drawings (these are all under 5 minuets) but work has me doing some more guns and explosions - mwahahahahaha. too fun!
I'm going to need to get some prop drawings on here some time soon! - I'll add it to the to do list.
I've been slacking on the updates this month...
but I haven't slacked on the sketching! here's a sampler
Today I'm determined to do a piece for the 11 second club
hopefully I'll post an in progress piece soon, I've had trouble convincing CA to accept my vids so far, I might need to make a youtube channel or something >.<
in the mean time here's a splash of colour to liven up this page.
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