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Heads from imagination, hands from life.
Minor costume change to an existing character.
working on character consistency.
More with that character
Still working on character consistency...
Refining the poses from yesterday.
Quick sketches - trying to figure out the anatomy of a creature sleeping on someone.
Working out poses
Mostly figured out, I think. Some anatomy issues (leg lengths) That I may fix at some point.
Character portrait done with traditional media.
Working on character consistency again.
Hand sketch from life and a quick rendition of the character I've been figuring out.
Quick characters, including some of the ones I've been trying to get consistency on.
Random figure sketches.
More random figures and character consistency practice
Quick poses. Trying to loosen up and get more creative coming up with poses.
More practice with ink
Video games eat time... Anyway, random quick sketches.
Yeah, still letting video games steal my time... Anyway, quick character exercise.
A couple quick heads.
Head construction practice in Manga Studio
Nice studies, keep it up, that's the only way to go :-)
If I may advise, when you draw hands, you should divide it into simple shapes, like cylinders and squares, that'll help you figure out the general shape and articulation.
I'm working on that. Figuring out where the shapes are in that hands in any given position is still a challenge.
Working in pencil, and bigger. Of course it didn't fit on the scanner so I cropped it...
Neat idea. I may have to try it.
More heads. Getting that feeling of 2 steps forward, 1 step back...