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I've had this account for awhile I think but I've never really posted my work on the site before. I finally made a gallery, and feel confident enough at this point to create a sketchbook thread. For my digital work I use Illustrator.
Last edited by katyorr; June 1st, 2011 at 04:15 PM.
Wanted to add the original linework and some other progressions.
Working on pen and ink drawing of lilypad water scene. Original doodle from my sketchbook, and then progression of larger scale.
Also adding original graphite drawing for an oil painting I'm still working on, for like a year. I get sidetracked easily.
Just three of the hundred projects floating around in my studio, I am bad at finishing things.
Working on the hair, and editing the eye piece, will be a filigree pattern. Sort of just jumping into that and not really planning it out.
This is slightly Cleopatra inspired, not sure how far I'm going to push that.
Update, getting there.
Building up the hair, need to shrink the eye a bit, add shadows under the snake, lots of cleanup work. Getting there!
Thanks for the comments
I am in dire need of some crit. There are a couple of things bothering me on this so far, and I dont want to say what they are, I'd like to see if anyone else picks up on them.
Anything that looks a bit weird, anatomy for the most part, I welcome you to tear it apart. Thanks!
New piece! Been working on it a little over a day now.
Didnt like the face/neck before, changed it, adding hair to figure out the face shadows.
On your girl-with-the-snake, I would probably add some hair strands brushing over the skin to unify the elements a bit more, and make it look like 'perfect.' Other than that it's a very interesting style, kinda blends digital with vector edges.
My sketchbook. I'm always looking for critique, so please stop by