warm up for today. I might develop the idea further.
Practice for today trying out the cintiq!
These were meant for feb.12th, and 13th
My snow study. It was great noodling around! Environments are definitely something that I need to work on. I figured it also would be a good opportunity to try out Grzegorz Rutkowski textured brush set I have seen floating around recently.
Jyn Erso Piece I did before bed last night
These are a couple 4x6 gouache paintings I did of Thor, and Boba Fett!
Experiment trying to execute digital like charcoal.
There was a character design contest that was themed Gladiators. I chose to do a Byzantine Emperor's Varangian Guard Champion. I know the games were out of style by this time, but I thought it would be fun to design.
My wannabe quick master study before bed. I definitely have to train my hand to have a more subtle touch. Sometimes it feels like I am murdering my paper haha.
Listened to Motorhead while painting this guy. Ghostrider acryla-gouache experiment. First time messing with the medium.
The man wanted me to draw his Pomeranian as Ronin. Here is the result. Done in graphite.
Study I did last night of value compression, and Edge control.
A friend of mine Michael Danko was nice enough to sit down for a couple hours portrait practice. Had him watch a movie so It would not get boring for him. This is the first time I tried doing a digital painting from someone actually sitting in front of me. It was admittedly a pretty ghetto set up haha. I ended up finishing from a photograph because I did not want to torture the guy.
Roberto Ferri Study. I specifically chose this piece as a practice for a future image I am going to work on. I love the skin tone, and rendering in his images.
Daily color, value, and composition warm up. These are from yesterday, and today. I tried to eye the colors, and values as well as I could in a limited time. Both of these were an hour. I figure it is a good habit to start.
A Pru'dhon master study done in charcoal, and white pastel. Drawn on grey tone paper.
This was originally a rejected submission to a portrait exhibition. I decided to buckle down, and push it further to submit to EXPOSÉ .
Warm up from this mourning Unfinished.
These are a couple of Marker inked drawings from last week. They were just warm up sketches so I decided to play around with them. I have never really used markers to ink. I definitely need little work.