Thursday, May 29, 2008

Invasion of the Burlesque lifedrawings

Again drawing people in cool costumes. Some were done while the models were on the move, some on a pose and the group pose had 15min of time.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Doodoos least! The one with the happy man in the puddle of blood I draw on this A4 sheet of paper that I tape on top of my Wacom at work to make it less slippery (it's intuos2, no matte surfaces yet). Anyways, the paer does get quite dirty after a while and this one had this nice grey gradient on it so I didn't want to just throw it away. I'm not sure if I was having a bad day but the guts just spilled out...
The one with the jungle boy, I did during some meeting, again without much thought to it but it does present an idea that should I do a fantasy/adventure comic in that direction. I'm not sure if I would do it with blue and red pencils allthough I like the visual feel to them.
EDIT: Did'n want to make a new post with these but I added some really fast doodles that I did with Illustrator. I really haven't done much with vectors after school but I enjoyed drawing these with the wacom and didn't overly noodle with 'em. Gotta look into the software more in the future. Ok, I admit it! Any cheeky monkey can do nice flowing lines with a vector software!

Sunday, May 04, 2008


Despite some opposing comments (silence! I rule this part of the internet :), I'm gonna post some more lifedrawings...
These are again from Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art school drawing session. The models from Sweden were awesome (figures) but I still didn't get anything proper down to the paper from the longer poses but I kinda liked these ones that I did while one of the models was moving and doing a dance. Reminds me of my animation fandom and how I should make some of that soon...