Current Residence: Keswick, Ontario Favourite genre of music: Mixed Bag Favourite style of art: Animeish Inspired Operating System: Win 7 MP3 player of choice: Iphone Personal Quote: Breath.. count to 10.. and put down the telephone pole
Contrary to my previous post.. I haven't really drawn anymore of my OWN from scratch images, so haven't had much time to play with the style, etc.
Have had some input from other artist.. there is some digital styles I would like to try... just haven't got around to doing them yet.
As you can see from the submissions.. I have really been enjoying doing some freehand pencil sketch drawings... something I haven't really done since highschool... and have been having a lot of fun doing. I doubt that's all I will do from this point on, but I have been having fun doing it for now :)
(BTW.. considering SELLING the pencil sketches, if anyone is i
As you see.. have been starting to draw again.
OBVIOUSLY there is a lot I can improve on, I am no SUPER artist.
I have been able to get back into the grove and produce stuff on par, to what I would do before..
But something has been bothering me.. at least about my 'style'.
While I know I need more body/perspective practice... what has been getting to me, is the EYES.. while its the way I have been doing them forever.. maybe that's just it.. its bugging me.. and I want to try some more types/styles. Still semi ANIMATED.. but not as anime-ish?
Now.. comes down to the reluctance...
I have been sitting here at home, all day, pretty much not
Oh god.. 4 years since writing on here >.<
Having a kid... work, etc... time just disappears.. and had pretty much abandoned art...
But never fear! I have picked up a pencil again.. cant guarantee GREAT work.. or any consistency.. but going to TRY at least.
That is 100% freehand and not a trace.. all done from looking at the image.
If you superimposed the images from those scenes, you would actually see a lot of variances.. EG: In this one, I noticed when I was just about done, that her nose, etc is actually much to lower on her face than in the original image (but to difficult to change by that point)