Fun line drawing. Your water colours are getting even better.
You are having fun this summer. I'd like to see it taken to completion. You could go steam punk with it.
Can you lengthen the arms of the bear? If you imagine it alive and gallumping along, they're rather short. Weapons and face are good.
The arms may not be that long but you have to take the chest into consideration.
Nice texture on the photo study.
nice paintings! Practice makes perfect so show us some more!
such an awesome bunch of sketches .. like them all !!
The third water colour landscape is the best as you've concentrated more on the form of the leaves.
Hey dude, thanks for commenting in my SB! I love the watercolor studies you have going on in here, especially the one in the your first post (the candlestick), and the tea pot in post #32 at the top of this page. I know glass can be a pain; have you tried using wine bottles? I find their distortions to be easier and more aesthetically pleasing due to the simple cylindrical form.
I think one area where you could improve in is your use of color, particularly in your skin tones. The forms and values look great, but they feel a desaturated, to the point where the skin looks a bit ashen. I would suggest trying to warm them up a tad with some lively peach hues and try to avoid going too grey, even in the shadowed areas.
Keep up the good work!
very good character design i like you the man in the bear skin . why dont you draw some background for them ?
Black Spot: Thanks. Yeah... I kinda threw that one together when there was little time left in class...
dierat: Thx Yeah. I feel my colors have taken a bit of a dive when I've started with the values first. Guess I need to work more on that
Raminsafari: Thanks. Yeah... Bgs are probably a good idea.
Some life studies from school. I tamed that wolverine myself.
And a couple of wips
That armour study is kick ass.
On the bag snatcher, I think her gaze needs to be more central due to the guys arm placing him more central.
this is all looking great man, digital studies look ace and i really love your watercolours, especially the still lifes. maybe a couple of portraits/self portrait?