great work dude! On those legs try to thing about the stuff under the skin as well.
you'll learn more that way
Gurzy: Thanks alot Gonna try to do more animations in the future!, been slacking on that department, more tattoo concepts will be coming soon. Going to work full time as a tattoo apprentice now. FINALY! so gonna be more on that soon.
Yeah I tried to think about how the mucles work beneath the leg, But I lack the knowledge a little about where some muscles are. Gonna be doing allot of feet and hand studies soon. Since I hate to draw it, only cause I feel I truly suck at it gotta face my fear someday!
Here are just some sketches I have been doing between work the past days !.
Portrait 1: 30m-1 hour.
portrait 2(many portraits): Some 15 min. others 5.
Landscape: 15 min sketch, just something I did cause i had time.
Tattoo: Just a concept, not sure if i am gonna do it all with pen or actually paint. What do you think?.
those faces are looking great, and the concept too. also, keep up the studies.
something i've found awesomely inspiring the last couple of weeks: try to imply more than actually detailing everything, making the brain finish the drawings rather than describing every shape completely. this really helps the life of the lines and shapes, kind of preserving the dynamic look of a sketch that's often lost in finished pieces. if that makes sense? probably won't do for tattoo designs and whatnot, but for drawings and paintings it really makes a huge difference keep up the good work, man!
Iddy: I am keeping up the studies as much as I can right now . Gotten fulltime work at studio in oslo now so rather hard to have time to do some painting and sketching, so its mostly Train sketches now a days. Gonna try to do what you tipped me with limited lines.
Well here comes some more stuff, Sorry for a slow update, think I should go up 30 min earlier so I have more time to do updates here, Having much to do now these days.
Here is some small stuff iv been doing, More will come when I scan or take photo of it.
-Most of the first drawings here are quick studies, 15 min drawings. The one of the little boy I am particularly "proud" of. Did it in five minutes of my little Brother when we were up at a cabin chilling out with Mi familia.
-Some more Tattoo stuff here to, Old-school stuffffffffff
-The tattooartist portrait is drawn on a A4 paper. Not pleased
-IAMHUNGER: Finished Freelance work.
-Ladies in grey: Studies where I have not drawn the composition before I started to work on the values, Not used to this! Plus haven't had time to do much painting studies. NEED TO STEP UP MY GAME.