Hello everyone here at CA, here are a few quick watercolor pieces. These were done on yupo. The second one is a quick thumbnail color exploration for a bigger drawing I did last week. I'll try to keep posting stuff. Feedback or critiques will be welcome! thanks,
Oooo, I love the watercolored stuff. Now, lets see some more of what you have, Jeremy.
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Those watercolours are really nice. The first one is my favourite. I look forward to seeing more.
I love the first two! Also, the inked Namor looks gorgeous with the watercolours!
Latest page from my sketchbook. I keep on starting small thumbnail drawings next to each other on the same page, then joining them together. You can probably see two of them at the top, with rough framing around them. And then adding on to the drawings until I've filled the page. The piece I posted previously I drew the same way.
I love the environments! More plz!
Thanks Rhubix. A break from environments though...here are a few poster designs from my sketchbook. I'm in the process of making a 16mm surf film called hangs upon nothing. My plan is to make a few different large scale silk screened posters for the film. I like using dimensions that are longer vertically than standard film posters. Hope you dig. If anyone is curious to check out a small glimpse of the film project, you can here:
the panorama view is breathtaking ...
Thanks for the good words Aresa and bluecloud. Here are some sketches from earlier this year that I did at Calabash Animation. These are some preliminary character studies/designs and one scene layout drawing. I've got some more that I'll try to upload soon. This was for a short piece of animation based on a comic book called Eternal Descent where these guitar gods battle each other with guitar solos and lightning bolts.
Here's my take on Ganon from The Legend of Zelda. I was somewhat inspired by Clayface from Batman: The Animated Series, especially in how I rendered the shadow shapes. I wanted shadow shapes that made interesting, strong designs, and also showed his form well. I think his legs are a lot longer than usual...more superhuman/Greek god like proportions than beast, but I do like how this makes him look tall and powerful.
wonderful watercolors ! keep up the good work.