awesome studies man! Keep 'em up! :)
awesome studies man! Keep 'em up! :)
Awesome studies and doodles! Thanks for reminding me how powerful the lasso tool could be and for sharing insights on your process. I will experiment more with it in the future :) keep up the good work!
insane work! very impressed.
UP DATE! ;D
Very solid characters; they look grounded and well balanced, I'm liking it!
Hey guys! Thanks for your support!
Iīm back after two months... damn thatīs a long time. I was busy with some client work and uni. Certainly hope to get my stylus going again:
Here we go! Some sketchy characters, perspective scribbles, first attempts with environments and a portrait (yeah, I like my fair share of portraits).
Thanks for dropping by! Until next time!
solid work on those solid figures! characters turn out nice as allways. (the simple forms at the ende of your post are definitley my favourite part in your last update - great exercise)
I appreciate your work.
That 2nd character really caught my attention. These dynamic lines in your character sketches are amazing, I envy you - you really have nice pencils and linework in general.
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Thank you very much, guys!
Some characters from imagination and sketchbook pages. The legs of the bold lady could crush skulls, Iīm sure of it. I think I nailed the proportions on that one (NOT :D ).
your characters=unique. still waiting for some super-epic illustration : D
thanks buddy! No epic illustration yet.
Tried to illustrate some emotions.
With the three guys I didnīt focus on expression so much. Mostly it was the idea to create characters relating to one another and embody certain qualities which complement eachother . Itīs two brothers with their father at the top who are running a crime collective of some sort.
cool studies, i love your portraits at#126 and #120
Nicely done with the expresions, cool thing!
First try on a comic. Well, not really, itīs only a panel, but the intention counts! :D And a strange blue banana in a yellow trenchcoat. Seems plausible to me.
Going different paths I guess. More stylized, more color, more fun!
Super great sketchbook. Your lines are perfect. And nice colors ;)
sweet jesus, your latest piece is a milestone(at least the ground - keep working on the rest buddy :D)
bro, i see where youre heading to. keeping an eye at your blog ;)
Hey dude :) just read your latest blog entry - i was moved(to tears :D) :) i think your are on the right track - lets have fun!
Guys, do yourself a favor and read Kibas last blog entry :) very interesting! http://kirill-barybin.blogspot.de/20...e-it-last.html
The last few days I worked on a challenge with the topic "Tiger Hero". Had to scrap my first try on the character, because he was just plain boring. Iīm glad I did. Was a lot of fun working on this piece.
Little background story for my character:
The babyīs cries died down. From the warmth of his motherīs womb, he fell right back into cold darkness, for the little thing was blind. Cruel as the world was, his right to live was then no more. He was of no use for anybody, just a burden not worth bothering with.
The careless mother tossed him into the woods of the Sundarbans. A dangerous place. A place that would make anything disappear and keep itīs secrets forever.
This filthy, little thing cried for hours, demanded its rights to live and to thrive. His will was strong and the voice convincing, so the woods kept on listening...
Then suddenly he became silent. He smelled something familiar. Flimsy colors appeared in his sight. He heard a soft voice. The colors became intense and vibrant.
The woods were satisfied with the settlement...
Hereīs are the WIPs.
> got scrapped > new try
Thanks for dropping by!
Illustration for the character.
Whoa man, didn't have a literal jaw-drop in a long time!
Really solid studies and pieces! Loving the figure drawings and your linework! Top-notch brushwork aswell.
I'm gonna keep an eye on you. :D
good luck with the challenge :P
very very nice work :) see you soon and have some productive holidays
Sleep.less + Philipp Scherer
Thank you very much guys!
My plan of doing more personal stuff and no studies didnīt work out as intended. The ideas and images are there in my head, but the execution is just plain horrible. The thing is that I fail to overcome the beginning stage, when the painting looks aweful (maybe some of you know what I mean) and keep on working on the big picture. I tend to get into detail way too fast, Iīm zooming in and out every second (damn you smooth Photoshop zoom!) and I donīt notice it most of the time. It has become some sort of subconscious thing.
Now Iīm into making studies again. Trying to work mostly with large strokes, following the form and getting the shapes right.
know that zooming issue too good. bad bad habit : |
your gestures look so fluid, im crying.
thanks Pontus :)
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Your drawings are really nice. I especially love the ink cowboy.
a little bit of loose sketching, great fun