Wow that's a lot of sketches! It makes me feel bad for not doing a lot of observational sketches these last weeks, but on the other hand I have been focusing on other areas. The only crit I have is that I miss more environments, since that is one of your weaker areas. When is school starting for you by the way?
NICE sketches man! Really loving soem of those inks and lines and all. I have only one crit on Klaus, and that is that his shoes looks like sneekers or something, so you might wanna take a look at that. I am thinking some old brown leather shoes or something
Anyways, good stuff here, so keep at it
He there, not really a sketch or anything, just a "fake" book cover I made for the aforementioned project, namely Project Pittoresque! (where I got a GO for).
With this project I primarily designed the interfaces, but also some characters which unfortunately didn't make the cut. You can check them out in the Leftovers section in the "art of" PDF.
Here you can check the "art of" PDF which contains all of the (finished) art. Enjoy!
Thanks for visiting the ol' SB.
Got some nice stuff going on in here with a strong variety of subject matter. Digging these doodles especially. Good rhythm and energy.
That "Klaus" is on point too.
Regarding this image; be careful with that pen tool (or any vector art). Things like that can really knock the vitality out of a drawing (equi-thick lines that don't taper). You might try incorporating another thickness of stroke to add some diversity (example: a thicker stroke for the character outline and larger forms, thinner for details.). But, either way, it takes a lot of practice to translate a sketch into something that clean and maintain the energy.
Keep it up!
Wow thanks! Coming from you is quite the honour! You're right, using the pen tool in Photoshop can kill a sketch, gotta be careful with that.
here is a little thing I can't really tell but I will anyway: http://solarnovabonanza.blogspot.com>> all the character designs are mine! It's a big project, so don't tell anyone