Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Thought I would try doing some Caricatures. My last job i worked with some guys who were really awesome at doing Caricatures. So the last week i have been practicing. I think i need to push the drawings much much more. Let me know what you think? Also do you know who these guys are?
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
I finished my test finally. Here are some study drawings i did to warm up. The smaller ones are the first ones i did. I would scale them down and push them to the side as I moved a long. You can see how my drawings get more confident over time. Now hopefully I will get the job. HOORAY DENTAL!!!!
I am feeling inspired by two things lately. Roller Derby and Judas Priest. They go hand in hand me thinks. I highly recommend this ridiculous Priest video "Breaking the Law". THEY HOLD UP THE BANK WITH THEIR GUITARS!!!!!! awesome! that kinda silliness is timeless.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Amarok. This is a giant wolf which hunts alone, not in a pack. It is a man eater and pretty nasty. The only thing unique about him is it is giant and hunts alone. No tentacles or weird monsteresque things about him....Oh well, not all cryptids are strange i guess.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Tuesday, September 09, 2008
Tuesday, September 02, 2008
This was based on a drawing Jess did, but i cleaned it up and colored it. I am trying to iron out a process. First drawing in sketchbookpro with the pencil tool. I bring it into Painter which has some great brushes and especially water based brushes. Then i brought it into photoshop to work out the kinks. Still working out my process...the only thing that will get me there is milage/weightlifting.
Monday, September 01, 2008
A Tiger drawing for jess. I used the pencil tool in sketchbook pro for it. It felt good, the pencil in sketchbook is really natural feeling. I wish it would register if i am using the side of the pencil....but the quality/grain/opacity of it looks good. I think i might bring this into painter and try doing a wash background and add some watercolor. I was inspired by Peter de Seve and this great step by step process of his work method found on http://garyclair.blogspot.com/ (halfway down the blog)