Oh hey, I did a thing at lunch… again… surprise, surprise.
Knocked out this rough painting in just a hair over an hour. Got really into working on the face, which is always my favorite part to paint, and didn’t get enough time to look up some bird skull references D: So… that came out looking pretty bad due to just pulling it straight out of my head.
THIS IS WHY REFERENCES ARE GOOOOOD. Because my memory sucks :/
Oh hey, I did a thing at lunch… again… surprise, surprise.
Did a quick 15 minute sketch at the tail end of lunch today. Kiva is a little halfling druid I’m playing in Dungeon World (my last character met an unfortunate end, sadly). Thankfully the upside to your character dying is you get to make a new one! Hopefully Kiva’s life span will be a lot longer than her predecessor XD
More sketchin' of the lunchtime variety!
I added more to the piece I posted before, of my Twi’lek character Oona. This picture is going to feature her as a before and after, and is a testament to why I’ll probably NEVER get into doing comics.
I am terrible at drawing the same character multiple times! As you can see…this is supposed to be of the same character, but so far they look nothing alike D: Woe is me. The sketch to the left is still very rough and not as refined as the one on the right…but still…it’s going to take a lot of rework to make sure that the two versions of Oona featured are the same character. A lot of it is also due to the body shape and that they don’t look like they have the same form *lotsofsighing*.
But well. More refining and work on this one to come :) Apart from the above mentioned problems and all the size/anatomy issues… I’m digging this piece so far.
It’s salvageable I think…
Doodle mode, ACTIVATE!
A quickie 20 minute sketch I worked up of my old Star Wars table top RPG character, Oona Oochala. I want to create a dual picture for her, since she started out in the game as just a smuggler and ended up becoming a Jedi master by the end. So I want to show the duality of her ‘before and after’.
Out of all the table top RPG’s I’ve played, Oona ranks in my top two :) So I thought I should show her some love by finally doing an art piece of her.
A lunch doodle I worked on last week at work. Something that’s been in my head for a long time that finally crawled its way out onto the digital canvas.
It’s been a long time since I did anything with my OC, Sayda. So here she is after all this time. I’m going to rework her design for this piece a little *as you can start to see with the alteration of her horns*. I sketched out her old outfit, but I think that will change for this piece.
As for the other ‘apparition’…well…all in good time This is going to be a fun attempt at playing with the contrast of light and dark between two characters…looking forward to finishing this one someday.
Pardon, my geek is showing. A small part of why I love tabletop roleplaying games is creating a new character and then doodling what they might look like.
The above image is for my newest possible character for an up and coming D&D game I’ll be participating in. I’m a sucker for ladies with horns and I’ve done the half-dragon so I decided to try my hand at a Tiefling.
This sketch was done some time ago, but the face kept bothering me…so I kept adjusting it…and then I messed it up further so I decided to just scrap it and call it done. It’s just a hypothetical on what my character MAY look like, though. I might draw up some other ideas in the future…but I’m pretty happy with this appearance so far :)
I did this more, also, as a way to also try out some new drawing/painting techniques based off the styles of some lady artists that I greatly admire who also do some nice black and white portraiture work. I learn a lot from studying the styles of other artists so I took up to analyzing some of their pieces to help give me an idea on how to approach the above drawing. I give them credit for this piece, you can take a look at their work at the links below :)
This drawing is definitely not as good as I would like it to be…but I am also my own worst critic. It’s at least an improvement, I feel for certain aspects of my style, but it is also very apparent on just how rusty I am :/ I really need to draw more…
'Beauty's Beast' Revisited.
(view full size image for a better look)
I have been going thru old artwork lately and cringing at how terrible some of them look to me now. This one in particular I find to be pretty terrible at the moment…so at lunch today I started redrawing over the old piece.
I didn’t have much time between other work, but I managed to redraw the lady in the image somewhat. I’m currently playing with different hair styles, but this was the one so far that I liked, it just framed her face and pose the best.
I still need to make her look more ‘beast’ like, a little more emaciation and boney bits…but the form and especially the face look a lot better to me now. Not the best…but better…
Lunchtime doodlin' from yesterday at work, felt like doing something self portrait like. So just a quick scribble of my pudgy dragon self in all my pudgy dragon glory!
My brother asked me to design a Batman tattoo for him…and silly me, I said I’d do it (his birthday is Nov.5th so I thought it’d make a great present).
Then I remembered, I SUCK at drawing guys D: especially comic buff men. (sigh) I at least had an idea in my head of what I wanted to draw design wise. So the other day I stock piled some Batman comic art references and today I went to town during lunch break.
This still has a lot of work to be done to call it finished (if my bro even likes it!). The bats were pulled from crappy Halloween stock on google, so I’ll need to go back and recreate them…but I just wanted something to give the idea of the effect I wanted.
Anyways…yea…comic book dudes suck (for being drawn) :( and I suck even more at drawing them!
Started toiling with the little Chun-Li sketch I did a while back. Didn’t get to take her very far, but I may finish this one down the road…along with the zillion of other sketches I have. Trying to develop a fast and loose painting style so I can actually complete something in a reasonable time frame with how busy I always am. Don’t think I’m there yet…but I got to play around with some new techniques that I hope will help speed up my painting a little, we shall see what happens.