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Referenced anatomy study.
cool characters all over the place love this stuff! I suggest keep a sketchbook or just some sheets of white paper with u. This lined paper is pretty confusing to look at.
Looks like u dont use any construction lines right? I dont want to be judgemental on that .. just curious about ur process
Keep up the good work!
Oh no I absolutely use construction lines, I just usually erase them. Sometimes I don't use any, but that is usually when I'm trying to experiment with more stylized forms or just break out of my comfort zone. And yeah, sorry about that lined paper. I won't be posting anymore, its just that I had tons of sheets of stuff with sketches from my class notebooks last semester so i figured I would post them rather than just throwing them away. Thanks a lot for stopping by
You've got a good start here, keep it up!
art is never finished, only abandoned~Leonardo da Vinci
tried to paint a poppy...
10 minute environment before work... ugh...
I had an idea for a poison llama Pokemon.
Tried a different approach to drawing the figure just for a pen flick exercise
Last edited by The Colorado Kid; July 16th, 2013 at 11:30 AM.
Would have looked thousand times better if you drew stuff with only one line instead of a mess of correcting. It's easy, just lower the opacity on what you have now and draw over in another layer. Totally worth it.
Fuck backgrounds, who needs em'
~ ancient proverb from conceptart circles
You're right and I'll definitely clean it up. This draft was kind of a failed experiment. Thanks for the feedback
cleaned it up a bit
And then no line work...
Last edited by The Colorado Kid; January 26th, 2013 at 12:43 AM.
The start of something...
Sorry for the lack of updates. When the site was down for however long at the beginning of the year I fell out of the habit of checking in. I'll be adding some new stuff soon.
Some Persona sketches.
Sorry about the lack of updates recently. I've just finished my hellish final semester and now its time to start taking this sketchbook more seriously.
Some warm ups:
Last edited by The Colorado Kid; March 6th, 2014 at 05:12 PM.
Last edited by The Colorado Kid; March 6th, 2014 at 05:16 PM.
Some sketches and a self portrait in oils.
Last edited by The Colorado Kid; March 6th, 2014 at 05:19 PM.