Monthly Archives: August 2012
The old face-popping-robot-in-domestic-dispute-with-boyfriend picture. Why not? I’ve got more greys now, so trying to make the use of ‘colour’ a bit more subtle, and quite pleased with perspective between head and face. Advertisements
While I’m still having problems with characterization (that guy seems to keep popping up), I’m pleased with the texture of this one. I tried to do few smooth heavy lines and keep everything furry or feathery. Don’t know why I … Continue reading
I’m not convinced the two drawing styles go well together in this one. One is very flat, the other is a little Where’s Wally. The use of colour is improving though I think. Realised the thick black brush pen I’ve … Continue reading
So I used to be obsessed with eyes, now everything starts with a mouth. And then a carnival of weird creatures crawling out of it. I find it quite a nice framing device.
Trying to keep it simple, express character with less drawing. Came out pretty formulaic. Also, since early childhood, have been incapable of ridding myself of that colouring-in pen mark (look at those gloves man!). It’s why I tend to do … Continue reading
Was struck by the incredible seriousness of the question, and the casual way the commitment is often made. Trying to combine different drawing styles for character.
Yeah so not using the greys and getting into less regimented cross-hatch looks good here I think. The shading might not work on something that’s meant to be pretty, but it suits this bastard.