The latest issue of Imagine FX inspired me to try some art nouveau. I've always loved Mucha's works. So here's a Mick St.John in art nouveau. I will definitely go all the way with this one.
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Bananas are good
And because I need to practice drawing with a tablet more often.
Nigel Bennett, who is playing one of my favourite characters ever, Lucien Lacroix.
I'm sorry if all those actor studies are already boring you. There will come a day when I'll get bored of them myself, but right now I just love to do those studies.
Leftover sketches from 2011. A little bit of everything
And welcome 2012. Happy New Year to you
And now with colors
. Just quick ones.
Yet another study
Drawing Lacroix is always fun.
My classmates asked me if I could give a little workshop on how to color with Photoshop, so I'm thinking to use this as the subject.
A good example on how much my faces all look alike.
Goal for 2012: Get more diversity into my face drawings! Which means going back to the basics (Loomis etc.) and doing more actor studies
My current WIP for my friend's birthday. I hope I can finish it til next thursday.
Coole Zeichnungen und Paintings. Man kann richtig den progress sehen!
Viele Grüsse aus München und weiter so!
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Danke, Alex. Und danke für deine Freundschaftsanfrage. Du bist der Erste
. Viele Grüße aus Berlin. Ich schaue definitiv in deinem sketchbook thread vorbei.
Just doodling around while watching Castle.
I used a reference, but there's no likeness at all. I started with a black canvas and used just one brush. Just playing around really and getting further acquainted with the tablet.
Even more Lacroix doodles
A birthday present for a friend of mine. I promised her a Snape drawing for quite a while. Hope she'll like it, but I won't know until tomorrow. I'm just glad I could finish it in time.
Nick again. Just random doodling really
Might I suggest you minimize the strong lines around the nose. Particularly in the 3/4 view. Sometimes it's better to use lines very sparingly, so that they are only implied in areas. Let your shading describe the surface instead. Here are some examples from Glen Orbik :
There couldn't be a better way to recycle paper, keep em' coming!
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Thanks for your feedback, Lane.. I'll definitely try it out. Thanks for providing me with some examples.
Well, Supernatural had to come up eventually. Here's Dean. The face proportions are a bit amiss, but there's always something one can improve, right?
Procrastination can be so much fun XD
Let's recycle that printouts.
Tablet practice. One hour. It's Elisabeth again, but she looks too young.
Looking good so far
It's cool you have already found and developed your own style (somehow I know it from somewhere, hmmm, can't remember ). I particularly like the girl in #366 that is looking up. She looks so relaxed~
I think the girl's right eye in #384 is too small, though. And maybe you want to experiment with facial expressions, most of your faces have the same.
Keep it up
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Thanks for your feedback, -Marin-. Yes, my faces look so much alike, but I'm hoping to change that over the year.
I've been watching too much Castle lately. And then Serenity to top it off.
The only halfway decent doodles from last night.
First one was done on the train and the second while watching tv. Who's a good doggy? ^^
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