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I've had mixed reviews of both versions, so I'm posting them together. The pencils and inks were done in my sketchbook and then it was scanned and colored in PS/CS2.
Some sketches I did recently for a comic I'm working on.
This is an inked, watercolored and photoshoped sketch of a character for a sci-fi comic I'm working on.
Graphite sketch of Doc.
Cool comic-style work, the shot of clayface engulfing the bat is freaky cool! I dont have any useful crits at the moment, i'd be interesting in seeing some people in non-static positions though,let's see you push dynamism into your figures!
Neat work again, hope to see more soon!
Last edited by AustenFM; May 23rd, 2011 at 03:49 PM.
These are two works in progress for a character named Red. I was in the middle of coloring the first one and thought about what someone said regarding the static poses I've been doing lately. The purpose of these are to nail down how the characters look and move, so I guess having them doing something besides standing there isn't such a bad idea. Between you and me, the things I hate drawing most are women and tech. So Red is perfect for me to keep drawing over and over. (although she's kinda butchy for a woman...)
I'd really like to be able to draw more dynamic figures. I started going through some of my favorite comics and really looking at the decisions that were made as far as exaggerated pose and/or expression. I didnt want to copy, so I used their figures as a jumping off point for the pose - like a guide - and then constructed my own, based on it. Here are a few. FYI, for most of these, I was looking at Invincible #40, drawn by Ryan Ottley. (Awesome draftsman)