Interesting and fresh drawings! I like your texturing style!
Everything looks awesome dude, your clean marker work is really nice.
The only thing I noticed that stood out to me is that with most of your figures, you give them short legs and a long torso. Its not too bad on men, but on women it looks a little odd since long legs a feminine thing.
Anyways, great work besides, keep it up.
But you're right and when I want to femininize a character I tend to lengthen the legs and curve the hips more.
Really loving these works, looks like you have got a good eye for shape and layout.
I'd be interested in seeing you explore some different ways of rendering your subjects. (The Buffalo is a great example, it looks Freshhhh )
keep up the great work
"Poor is the pupil who does not surpass his master
While the 25 Essential Expressions exercise was productive. I've decided to try something else. So we start with 8 "happy" expressions.
Also... a progress sketch of SolHwa. Haven't decided what the background on this one will be yet.
Cool outfits you give your characters!
Everything is better with dinosaurs.
I very well remember your sketchbook. Why?
Because it is uniQue. When I came here two years
ago on CA, i started to look on people sketchbooks,
and I was saving their work in a personal folder, and I
got some of your drawings gathered there. Lots of motivation,
lots of energy and overall this is all magnificent.
I told you back there in some of my posts in your book
that I will try to learn some of your technique. So maybe
I did. Subconsciously. Maybe I have learned something from
you over the two years. Should I give some crits? I am not
ready for that. Advice? I do not know. Anatomy studies are
always welcome. Gestures as well. You are doing these paladin
futuristic armed nun drawings. Gestures you should do all the time.
Will bring even bigger magic to your work. Keep on doing the things
you are doing. And thank you for sharing.
So I've been drawing a lot of Koreans for my comicbook set in Korea.. but I haven't drawn much Korea... so let's change that.
WIP: Joseon Era Building (from photo reference taken at the Folk Museum).
holy CRAP man!!!!!!
there is so much awesome stuff in here since i last visited!!! that expression sheet is awesome! each expression is perfect! and i love your latest characters! and that native american dude! rocks!!
Another masking disaster. I wanted to create the impression of bushy trees in the background. But not only did the ink bleed past the mask in several spots but my ink wasn't diluted enough and went way too dark. As a result I sort of rushed through the rest of the inking process.
Last edited by Lord Dubu; June 22nd, 2011 at 08:33 AM.