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I'm a caricature artist for Kaman's at Canada's Wonderland. I will be attending OCAD(illustration) in the fall.
I hope that you take the time to enjoy these daily studies and maybe even leave a comment/crit or two while you're here.
I'm making an effort to study equally from life from other artists and from imagination in each area of study. I feel that this is the best way to learn.
Since there are seven days in the week, I've simplified my training regimen into seven categories:
For comics and caricature this is sufficient for the time being. I'm looking forward to taking film and sculpture courses in addition to what I'm already doing.
Last edited by keith eager; November 9th, 2011 at 11:06 PM. Reason: be:boot
I think they look pretty good. The last drawing looks a little stiff. I really like the second drawing though. What kind of shading is that called?
Thanks for the tip peroro. The shading is just decorative hatching, you'll notice that it doesn't really follow the form at all, it's used more as a design element(sometimes more successfully than others.)
there heee is, ooh I saw so much work from you when I saw your
Portfolio Eh,........looking forward to see lots of work from you,
in here. Hope you'll take the time to do that,..........
See you maybe sunday,......
Caricature studies from:
Famous Artist's Course
Last edited by keith eager; November 9th, 2011 at 11:08 PM.
Cartooning studies from:
"Have I Got a Story For You"-Batman:Gotham Knight
Last edited by keith eager; July 19th, 2011 at 06:57 PM.
Vilppu Studies from Vilppu and Karl Gnass.
you've got nice studies, I like volumes in dogs "cartoon" studies.
You posted drawings in the section "drawing from the mind" I think you must take care about legs length...they are a bit too long, in fact pelvis is at the middle of the body...look more specially at the 3rd character.
Last edited by dessinateurimpulsif; June 29th, 2011 at 12:25 PM.
"I think you must take care about legs length...they are a bit too long, in fact pelvis is at the middle of the body"
This is the correct length of the legs. The Symphysis Pubis(Crest of the Pelvis) should be seen halfway down the figure standing upright. I've attached the Andrew Loomis and Jack Hamm proportion charts which show this exactly.
Are you sure its not the volume of the legs? Or the space that they're taking up in the picture? In combat poses, athletes often have a wide base, so maybe this looks strange...
Last edited by keith eager; March 2nd, 2013 at 11:58 AM.
They had really fun faces, and I like the lighting in this sketch. It's not often that I get to show sculptural form like this at work.
Last edited by keith eager; August 16th, 2011 at 02:34 PM.
Holy guacamole! I'm shaking here! Really nice stuff, I especially love the colbert caricature. It's hilarious and really well done!
I find #16 #21 way to BIG to look at it, keep them a bit smaller!
YOUR STUFF HERE IS SMOKING HOT no comments than just keep doing what your doing your are very good @it !!
In your post June 29th, 2011 02:14 AM I think you wanted to draw our positive friend from the subway sketching right,
I kinda recognize him !
Let's get together and draw some caricatures!