Ever since I started working toward a degree in mechanical engineering, I've had zero time to sit down and do some actual drawing, so a few months ago I bought a pad of cartridge paper and a pen, so I could doodle on the train, between classes, during classes...
the following is anything notable I have in there
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Last edited by medicagotruncatula; October 13th, 2012 at 01:52 PM.
When I looked at your drawings, they blew me away with amazement because I could tell how dedicated you are with hatching and details. The anatomy of people look quite structured, lines of drawings look quite simple yet complicated at same time, and keep it up with a fantastic job.
I can't help but be impressed. That hatching is something that takes patience and a lot of skill and your ink drawings show you have both qualities. I love the woman at the top of your second post. I just think you handled the drapery in an interesting way.
This has been sitting in my unfinished drawer for 2 years, yesterday I got around to finishing the rodent man. Bird guy and rodent man are characters of mine, bird guy shows up in some of my other stuff.
Medusoid- Thanks, I am familiar with Edward Gorey, his stuff is outright creepy..definitely my kind of art. I've never seen cross-hatching in colour, it sounds twice as difficult to blend both colours and texture, for now I'm looking to improve my grayscale.
Nonplussed- Thanks! Some of my stuff is preplanned, some tends to change as I go along.
Finals are finally over so I have some time on my hands. Here's a sort of anatomy study of various diseases.