just lovely sb!
just lovely sb!
Hey Ryan, that was a pencil brush from a set i found at . If you look under most downloaded script it's called pencil_vol02_DITLEV. Thanks for all the comments everyone! I'll respond to posts sometime this weekend!
*EDIT: so apparently I'm not allowed to link there... so I'll sound it out for you lol... Sea - Gee - Hub.... DOT... COM.... lol
2.5 hr (imagination; graphite on bristol vellum) "werewolf"
Thanks so much for the warm comments guys! You are my fire!
3.5 hrs (imagination; digital) "death" (Sandman fan art )
3 hr (imagination digital) "Big Fat Cat"
90 min (imagination; digital)
Walnut: Thanks! It's a basic pose that seems to keep coming up again and again throughout the ages!
thegrayslayer: Thanks for the comments! she actually has a very stern, masculine expression, but a misplaced mark on her eyebrow really over-emphasizes her seriousness,
Grzessnik: Thanks for stopping in man! Really nice life studies lately!
mariposa213: aww thanks! I cringe a lot when I look at my old drawings lol!, but I'm glad you like them!
psage: thanks man, as usual ! Expression really fascinates me. I often act out the perceived emotion so I can feel the relevant anatomy in my face.
prsnsweeney: Thanks for the comments and critique! Agreed. I sometimes jump the gun and jump into direct drawing without considering placement and composition first... One of my hard to break bad habits I think !
kidult: Thanks for stopping by!
PHATandy: Thanks! I'm getting there with the digital stuff... I find my self fighting with it sometimes and making things too complex Always back to basics!
Ryan: Thank you! I basically just nailed it out on one layer with the pencil brush as mentioned above. Pretty straight forward! To be honest my process seems to change with every piece...
Liberty: Maybe not quite dazzling... but at least a sparkle? hahah thanks for the kind words!
40 min (imagination/ digital)
I love how you drew in planes on #606-s girl's head.
Also, those last two studies are really solid.
My Sketchbook ---> http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...42#post3225942
15 min (life; charcoal pencil/compressed charcoal on newsprint) "Waverly"
2 hr (imagination; digital) "monkey vs ninjas"
Wow, so much coolness, you ever do any longer more completed pieces?
Hi, Very nice work! Love to see you mixing it up with styles, studies, life drawing, epic fantasy and cartooning etc.
Big Fat Cat above is great!
2 hr (imagination; digital) "Frankenstein's Monster"
?? (computer ate my file?) (imagination; digital)
4 hr (imagination; digital) "shipwrecked"
knut: Thanks! I have been thinking about planes a lot more when I create form... (Reilly talked about planes that actually curve around in space, so technically not planes but you get the idea ) I try to make every mark consistent to some imagined plane in my drawing... Knowing which plane to draw on is all about knowing your anatomy... there really isn't a shortcut to that i'm afraid... ask a sculptor worth his salt .
Grzessnik: Thanks friend, I will try to deliver. Although digital is SOOO much fun to me lately
p sage: Thanks man I have yet to draw any monkeys at the zoo... but I did stop and observe them for a while... They are hilarious and fascinating to watch they teach you a lot about human expression and body language to.
kidult: Thanks! Yeah I have some longer pieces in the works... I think of this sketchbook as an awesome place to screw up, make mistakes and learn stuff for my longer pieces.
Jephyr X: I like cats in case you haven't noticed Hahah Thanks for stopping by!
75 min (imagination; digital) "castle in the clouds"
and some music that inspired it...
Cool colours in this last one! Any place I can see your finished stuff?
Nice video! You might like this one
I'm finding that even though music can tend to get in the way when you're drawing (because of the thinking process needed), instead, it often energizes you in a way that just sitting on your ass just can't.
3 hr (imagination; digital)
Hi there! You have a great sketchbook. The lighting in 'Frankenstein's Monster' is really well done. I like the texture and the emotion as well.
"the world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper." - w.b. yeats
sketchbook. comments/advice appreciated (:
70 min (imagination; digital)
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