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Alright dudes and Dudettes, here is my sketchbook for here. I there is much to learn and improve, and compared to many of the people I've seen I need to drastically work on my stuff. well, let the sketches begin.
Last edited by PunkBoyLeech; February 1st, 2007 at 04:50 PM.
Alrighty, so here is the first five sketches for you... they aren't really in any tpe of order on when they were done.. so just accept them as done within the last year.
Pic #1 - So in this one you have the Elephant man, I can't really say why or what inspired me to make him, other then just doodling and it happened. The Skinny alien thingy...yeah, nothin really to say about him. Alright so I drew a duck, gimme a break, I can't always draw non existant beings. A girl... I think her hair was an eye at first and her face the pupil, but I changed in mid doodle and made her. The expressions and faces just came to be because I did them. The Golom/Colossus/giant thingy was inspired by drawing by this friend of mine that drew a colossus drawing a little while ago.
Pic #2 - Here is a girl I was quite proud of, the Hindi Female... well, she was made bacause I was listening to a bollywood soundtrack and this hit me and I wanted to draw her. the guy head above the skull native thing is beyond me really... I think I was just testing out this way of making heads that this girl showed in her tutorial on Deviantart. the head beside the girls feet is like a self portrait done in a kind of geometric mayan style or something. the guy there was never finished as you can see, but I did like the stance and so later on probably I'll do something with it. the top is a head with eyes...yeah. then theres the rat, I like'im. an a funny abstract thngy, I've been decorating things that way recently, it's pretty fun. an now for the bird, he is a relative to my Blue Bird character I guess, mainly thins is the kind of style I go for when drawing anthropomorphasized birds. The Sand golom in the Bottom left I really like, he was drawn during a art history lecture on columns and all that stuff, thus the reason for my drawing. a crocadile. and another bird, and my initials.
Pic #3 - so I did a stance real quick lightly... and then turned it into a bear, he's cool. then next to him you see the one-eyed ruins golom, inspired probably by the Zelda golom thing in "Ipsens Castle" in Majora's Mask. Me the Heartless, this was inspired by my friend that did the colossus that inspired my colossus, for he had drawn himself like he thought he'd look like as a heartless. don't know what the head is above the heartless shoulder... looks like it's insane though. alright, so a drop with four legs isn't the next big thing, but hey, can't say I didn't ry. alright so this guy has a few eyes and tentacles and spikes, but hey, he can be lovable too. the girl was a very light sketch at first and because I liked the position she was in and the angle I was really hesitant at coming back and putting detail in, but alas I like it more now.
Pic #4 - More Heartless, ones a, inkjar heartless, ones a, inkdrop heartless, and ones a pencil heartless. then there's the girl head just sitting there... and a more cartoony one just a little further along, and then there's the stance that I liked too mush to add detail to. in the top right you see an orc sketch... and another monster demon thing. and on the bottom you have the smiling face... he's happy.
Pic #5 - This I titled as either "the Painter Heartless" or "the French Heartless"... yeah, all the badass painters from the past tended to be in fance one time or another, so I thought that was the best look to go for. below him was the start of a spray paint heartless, but alas I gave up on it. all the rest are Just Silhouettes I'll mess with later.
welcome to the sketchbook man! keep posting
So we had to do a Final for Digital paint and we were allowed to do whatever we wanted, here is what I did... the left of the doubles are the progress, and the right side is the one before the final look, so that'll let you see the difference between the start and finish.
looks cool, if you have some extra time i was thinking it would look pretty cool if you really darkened the giant in the background so the lighting in the front is more dramatic. still looks though keep postin
Alright.... writing explanations before posting is slowing me down, so I'll just throw a bunch of images on and then come back and edit the post and explain... if I happen to remember or if it irritates me too much.
A couple more
the last couple for a little
Alright so here is the next painting I am doing. I am working it out in grayscel at the moment, so I am putting the basic contrast down first. the thumbnail to this one is in the same picture as the stone giant Thumbnail... this one is the bottom right.
obviously you like drawing from your imagination, there is nothing wrong with that I love it too, and sometimes we get so infatuated with it we put off studys.... we need studies to improve, practice anatomy, and life drawing, at least an hour a day will really show improvements! keep up drawing man, you have the patience, now u need to start getting in a routine... just like me
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Yes I agree... I do need to start doing some "work sketches" rather the "free Sketches"... but that will come as it does, here are some more sketches that I have done over the last month or so.
And here is the latest on Mr. Bogeyman... this project is something I am doing on the side... taking five minutes out of whatever I am doing and messing with it a bit... so it isn't getting done as fast as I could do it... I am taking my time.
Alright I am back, with some new stuff... no not any life drawing studies, I need to do that but at the moment I have too much going on to try doing that. but here are some thumbnails of an environment I am working on at the moment, it is an underground temple with a mayan/aztec/egyptian feel too it...
woohoo an update bout time, good thumbs man keep it up and post more!
Last edited by wareagle; November 16th, 2006 at 09:49 AM.
Awesome stuff...though Ive seen all of them before, its always nice to see your work. Keep up the good work and awesome artstyle.
alright, so those of you that are coming here via my link from the other forum, be ready to see a bunch of stuff you have already seen before.
To those that didn't come via that link, welcome, glad to have you here, sit back and enjoy, and then let some harsh Critiqing be unleashed on this thread, without the pointers of other I would not be where I am today with my art style.
The characters in this post were done for the site Mojizu.com, this site is a character forum in which artist are able to post up there characters ith background information and other artist and non artists vote on a 1-10 voting system on how much they like the artwork and biography. the first four I have posted on the site, and each have there own Bio.. for I like writing and I also like drawing, these mojis allowed me to do both. the elephant trunked dude is not fully finished by the way, I still have quite a bit of color editing to do on him.
The next batch is a bunch of life drawings that I did like a year ago, so they are not real new like the mojis… I plan to do some more life drawings here soon, just gotta find the time to go and sit in on a class.
BE WARNED, NUDITY IS PRESENT IN A COUPLE OF THESE IMAGES
Last edited by PunkBoyLeech; May 9th, 2007 at 05:41 PM.
I am not actually as conceited as to like drawing myself a lot, but alas some of the better piece I have done (or at least face pieces) were self portraits, which goes to prove that you know your own looks better then anyone elses, thus self portraits will turn out better most of the time. Many of our hw assignments contained either doing a self portrait or getting someone else to stand in, and I never felt right asking someone to stand still for and hour or so, so I always just sketched myself.
schweet characters you got there.... you have a wicked imagination
yup, here is the start of my sketchbook, expect and uber amount of stuff here soon.
The first page as you can see was just things from my head, just gettin it started.
the second page was kinda a mix, some "from the head" and the abstract thing was a dare from a friend, he normally does abstract stuff and I do characters, so we did a kind of swap...
and some dress studies from the victorian period
cool dude, nice update
you think you could maybe post up your sketchbook link alittle bigger i am having a tough time reading it
Nice sketches like always.
keep it up.
Thanks Yall, glad yall browsed in here... so here we have the next batch of sketches.
For my Production team we had to have some people characters, and since I was one of the concept artist for my team I had to give them a bunch of kids to choose from... made me realiz how much I need to work on my human characters and slow down on my creature designs.
Another batch of kids, I was hoping they would tell me what they liked and disliked about them, but alas people were busy and it came down to not talking about them, just voting on them
and some more from production team class... we were gonna have a waiter in it, but they decided the next class that they did not want a waiter in our project, so it was scrapped, but the waiter's character physic and look was used for the older version of the child.
The middle bald head is the concept they decided would make a good teacher character.
More heads for the waiter and adult child.
I really enjoyed looking through this sketchbook, you've set it up well. Great cartoons. Even better environment thumbnails. Some lovely life drawing studies. Your Mojizu's are painted really well with a streak of realism that helps bring them to life. I like the vareity of work you've presented. I like the dress studies as well - it is something I really should get doing myself because you will exceed in your character (outfit) design as a result. Carry on with your facial/expression studies. It would be ace to see some cleaner, sharper lines in these drawings, but I understand that quick sketches are the best way to improve quickly.
Keeping up the nice sketching I see...
Well not much to say but that you need to point out that the characters that you are doing for your project seem to have really similar look to them and sometimes look like the same person...maybe thats the case but, thats all I can point out...^_^
Keep it up.
Thanks guys, much appreciated. and yeah, when I find something I really like I'll go back in photoshop and create a nice line art version... or a painted version who knows.
Anyways, more concepts for production team... I think I've said this before, but this project made me realize how much I need to work on my human characters... since I need to get a wider variety then what I got.