Last edited by Markus-EZ; August 3rd, 2014 at 04:04 PM. Reason: Thumbail update
Here's some of my stuff, so far. I decided not to upload the stuff I did (and still am doing) on paper since it's all pure basics, fundamentals, warmups and such. These are, from a roughly 6 or 7 months period. Can't think of much to say. Feel free to criticize, ask questions, suggest stuff and whatnot.
Some of the quick sketches I did for practice (and also out of boredom):
Then I tried to take some "complex" shapes and shade/color them. Guess I should do more basics but your comments are, as always, welcomed:
Last edited by Markus-EZ; August 3rd, 2014 at 04:17 PM.
An alien ant. Might upload some more soon.
VERY interesting concepts and ideas you've got here, really nice.
Can't wait to see more.
Everything is going to kill everybody.
Thanks! That's a very nice thing to hear.
Here are two more sketches and I'm probably done with updating for today but I will continue with drawing.
This second sketch was inspired by Cecil Kim's work:
I've decided to upload a sample of the basic/fundamental stuff I do. My scanner became useless when Windows 7 came out (long time ago) so I had to use my crappy digital camera but I think that quality doesn't play an important role in this case.
Anyways tho, I don't set any rules for myself as in: "I'll do this for this amount of hours and then switch to that other thing". I just push myself to spend at least 10 hours a day drawing and by that I mean mostly stuff like this. The boring stuff. When I get sick of it (tho I must admit, I really do enjoy doing this boring stuff, seriously) I fire up the Photoshop and some sketches like those I posted before.
I use both sides of the paper when I do stuff like this.
I tried to do some coloring/value studies on one of my sketches:
Some of the thumbnails that I might pick to work on later:
Had go and buy a Christmas present for my sister. I had some fun with that last sketch when I came back home.
I would really appreciate if someone said something about it, like does it read well and such...
Here's a little something for the morning warm up.
Confident linework. good job
I think you are doing great. I see some improvement since your first post. Keep posting.
@Leonthepro - Thanks!
@Cojac - That's one of my favorite things to hear I guess. I'm happy when I notice my own progress but it's really motivating when someone else notices and points it out.
Hope everyone's having a nice day, here are two more: