Considering the content of their story, or what I’ve heard of it, I’d imagine realistic cartoon style being more fitting. And I think you do that one well too!
Ah, thank you very much. So far, I think I almost got the style I was looking for….I think?
I just try not to make it too ummm…. anime-ish? It’s one of those styles I’m trying to avoid. But I’m getting there.
Concept drawings and ideas for “The Good Ol’ Days.”
Experimenting different styles for the sisters and their dog. Their temporary style is “The Good Ol’ Days” style. The style I aim for is making it almost close to realism. Though I’m having my doubts with it since for my whole life, I’m use to drawing in a cartoonish style.
Not exaggerating here… I literally started to panic (and sweated) a lot the moment I started talking.
Well at least I got that out of the way. Time to get back what I love the most, DRAWING!
Guia decided to draw her character, then attempts to draw torso, AND tattoo designs, late at night.
God it looks awful.
I should be sleeping….
Wasting my life playing Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (3DS) when I should be finishing up my Senior Project and practice my presentation speech.
I shouldn’t be doing this! I MISS DRAWING/DOODLING/WHICHEVERWORKS!!
A little fanart and gift for a guy name Sean Tate (aka ~seanime). He’s a freelance animator and illustrator from Ground Up Studios, an independent Development/Production House. (Here’s their Tumblr account.)
Oh! Snap © Sean Tate/Ground Up Studios
Drawing comparison from 2011 and now. How, my style changed a lot. I used to draw in a Mr. Driller like style. Now I’m more focuses on finding and experimenting different styles with each of my characters. I wanted “The Good Ol’ Days” to have that nostalgic style/animation. :)
But for now, I’ll end it here with a doodle of my characters partying.
A quick doodle from last night.
My second attempt on walk cycles because my first one looks terrible…
Just got done with my sketch. Next challenge, inking…kinda.
H-hello. If you don’t mind, can you give me some feedback on this work? I’m practicing on realism and I’m having trouble on the shading. I’m also worried about the face structure. Any helpful tips? Thank you :)
Practising realistic facial proportions and structure is always a good challenge for any artist! However, using a character with a lot of hair around the face and also paint it in profile view might not be the best choice for exercising the things you’ve mentioned.
I suggest you study the facial planes. Here’s some links to good examples of the facial planes: 1, 2 aand 3
I’d also like to add that you should watch out where the light is coming from! having a more specific lighting will help with forming the structure a lot more. Right now it seems a little random and all over the place. see how the light’s hitting from the side but it’s also on top of her nose in the same value? try to tone the lighting on the nose down (especially cause you have hair practically covering the light on that part). I’d also like to say that it might help to actually study from photos when practicing to draw realistically. I personally learn a lot when I do a photo-study.
How did I miss this? Thank you guys. I’ll keep this in mind the next time I do realism.
Here’s some doodles I like. Also, I may separate my favorites with the doodle like comic I’ve been spamming on my twitter account.
And here’s another one… Posted on the 7th.
So I decided to show of some of the doodles I’ve posted only in my Twitter account. You’ve ask for it Gemma xD
Doodles posted on April 6th 2013.
Ah…ummm…where to begin….
I was suppose to get this posted on Easter, instead, I decided to procrastinate on it….SOOoooo yyeeeaaaahhh… I’m still willing to post this though. I’ve work my butt to get this done. *faints*
Sooo ummm…I have a small question for you guys. How’s my color scheme? I feel like there’s something not right with my color choices. Or it’s just me…