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Watercolor character sketches. I wanted to concentrate on expression and motion with these.
Character turn around project, we had to remake characters from history or myth. So this is Merlin (as in King Arthur's Merlin) in the future in space . . . and Percival.
Icon project, inspired by the egyptian gods.
these drawings are awsome, great start to you sketchbook.
These are characters I'm working on for a comic project. I still want to work on them, adjust colors, especially skintone. I think I had the most fun making expressions for them.
very cool stuff !!
love the style, A LOT!
cheers and keep on feeding us with goodies like this!
themissinglink: Thanks a lot for the comment!
Hurricane: Thanks! I looked at your stuff, very cool.
As for me, it was a very lazy day, just sketched a bit (and played with oil paint but its very wet and half done so it'll have to wait).
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aaaaaahhhh! so cute! i'm going into some kind of weird breakdown at how cute this sausage, squeels and dances and all.
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lovely lovely style - very consistent and interesting !
that sausage is awesome, definitly my fav. good job on the motion studies, and i like all your projects so far. I dont really have any critique, looks like youre doing well and getting better.
Naomiful: Thanks! I really enjoyed doing the sausage, I get to make spreads for those characters next. ^^
xxEnder: Thanks for the comment. Now if only I could improve photoshop . . .
And on that note, some stuff for an environment project. CC would be WELCOME, I'd be happy for any advice you could give me.
The first is a view of the city wall, the second is the town square, festival sort of scene. I've got some others but they're still sketches yet so these will have to do for now.
These characters are so fun. You have an awesome style, very live and loose. Cant wait for more.
I love it all, so cute. Just wondering, how do the bird, mouse, and sausage die?
WIP, I still have to add windows and stairs and . . . so much.
CC if you like.
I had a couple lazy days.
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