Thursday, November 22, 2007

Monday, November 19, 2007

Ugly is easy

15 minutes and presto- an ugly spiky monster.
Still its better than a poke in the eye with a burnt stick, even if the drawing isn't as tight as a nun's nasty.
I love australian turn of phrases.
But again hunter,- if you're out there, -its got spikes so its gotta be good.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

shiny shiny

the old 15 minute sketcheroo,
this ws originally just a girly with a funky horn helmet, fiv eminute later it was a protest against people easily impressed by shiny(highly rendered) things

Monday, November 12, 2007

A halfway coloured scribble and some life drawings. Not sure whether to go cartoony (and put linework back over it once I clean it up) or make it completely painted. But then I don't want to spend too much time on what was originally a 5 min scribble. Mental note to turn dog-monster's right hind leg out.not sure what to do about horndudes legs-or whether they'd be blocked out by dogmonster.
The life drawings are of 'a model called Carmen-out of curiousity I put them all into a file in photoshop to see if they all lined up- considering they are 3 view of roughly the same pose- and they kind of do. So either I am consistently wrong or consistently right. I didn't shade them- which is bad, but they are sort of nice even still.
Maybe I need to buy painter.

Friday, November 2, 2007

Two more life drawings. Theres another but I haven't stitched it together yet(drawings are a3 sized on a2). Probably about 35 minutes each- I got there late and they do a lot of talking in between poses there.Why did I change him into the horned god and a minotaur- because he had long hair and I couldn't see his face through it - so I figured might as well have fun. On the minotaur version I pumped up his arms and shoulders a fair bit from what was actually there to try and accomodate the big head. Yes his axe is bent and stuff....sheesh.
Apparently I missed the sculptors society halloween bash, and their nude go-go girls (in boots).
Well that's the story of my career right there folks- at least thats the way day job work would like it to be for me.
Fortunately they are wrong, (not yet but soon).