The variety and solidity of rendering and design in those bullet witches is enviably awesome. For sheer moodiness, I think my fave is the first version of the floaty-skull (sloop-shouldered and sans bracelets), but really... they just all look sharp.
...Your handling of the fabrics and cuts is so strong... Hard for my eyes not to keep going back to that hovering puffy white dress "II" cutie.
... and then that anti-grav dark-haired "IV" draws me rightwards, then down to "VII", then back up to "II".
Last edited by William b. Hand; December 1st, 2011 at 09:28 AM.
First off, I just want to thank everyone again for all of your kind words! It really means heaps to read through all of the comments!!
AND THEN I want to apologize for the reposting of the same shit. There was some confusion on if I could show the cowboy stuff. It seemed like it was fine to post, but then my boss said NONONO TAKE EVERYTHING DOWN FROM EVERYWHERE....and then went OK U CAN SHOW IT NOW shortly after taking it down from everywhere....and when I did this, because I was pissed I just deleted my posts containing the images here, instead of just editing out the image tags [like a smart person would have]
and then as an apology, something I don't normally show: sketches I did while drunk. I can't sleep when I'm drunk, so when I go back home I'll usually sit at my computer and go on facebook, or wikipedia, and draw heaps in PS...and sometimes I even manage to save stuff... Attachment 1384762 Attachment 1384763 Attachment 1384764
Really stunning concepts--I'm going to have to work hard to find stuff to critique here.
It's cool to read your comments about your job--I have a zillion and a half questions for someone like you who's working in the industry, but I'll refrain from bombarding you with questions in my first post on your SB.
Anyway, fantastic stuff and I can't wait for your next update.
great sketchbook you have here - in particular I like the portraits from a few pages back My only crit there would be to try and merge the shapes of the face a little more - giving the form of the face more believability.