Well alright now, got myself a daily sketchbook. Go time.
Sorry bout' the long wait. I started sitting in on a figure drawing class so i could get better. Both of the drawings are done in about 30 seconds (one was a warm up that came out pretty good.) In here is something that i don't usually do and that's make stuff up entirely out of my noggin'. Well, after seeing (i think it was Bone) some tanks on a sketchbook page, i decided to draw one too.
i like your style!
i just would suggest to do more "not so quick" studies
I like your latest color work, great array of colors on the hand especially. My favorite has to be the shell - you've managed to capture several different tones and it makes a smooth gradation which helps the realism of the shell.
I can relate about the slower sketches, but I believe in them. Give them another try
Here's a chunk of amnythist that i drew this morning. I don't think this quite successful because of the lack in light side/dark side and reflective elements.
At about December 9th or so, i'll have a 13-16 page panel narrative up here and some woodcuts from print making class.
ANYwho, here's the sketch of the day:
It seems your pencil lines are a bit unsure.. Like scratched in until they fit . You are pretty good, I see that on the amethyst and some of your pictures. I would practice drawing things with single lines and long strokes instead of scribbling.. Hope it helps
Here's the coffee house where the missus plays in her rock shows. Yeah, about the car, i drew it on the way there and then just incorperated it into the lighting scheme.
I tried just line instead of scribbling. I'm not sure how i feel about the result.
The work reminds me of www.olivierkugler.com