So I did. Here's a quick 20 minute sketch I made of my friend PJ fighting a cyborg robot ostrich.
Tigers are one of my power animals. I love those regal, beautiful, strong creatures. So this is me channeling Sheina Tiger. 😉
This is a practice piece I made using a few pre-set brushes on Photoshop CS5, as well some custom brushes I made myself. I learned a lot from this study, and I am especially happy with how his dreads came out.
"One thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain." -Bob Marley
Today I drew this using some black copic pens (0.7 and 0.2 tips) and a warm grey copic marker. This is a sneak peek before I add color and refine the lines. So far I have worked on this for about 3 hours.
I was looking through some of my sketches and found these. My pencil skills progressed last year, and they continue to with the practice that I have put into my craft. When I drew these pictures I realized that I was starting to see much more clearly. It just made more sense to me. That is a great feeling.
Here is another pencil sketch figure study I did last week. It's hard to find time to draw but I try my best to make some. It's good for the brain. I sketched this from a picture of a 3D sculpted mold on google image.
I am an "ar-teest". Lately I have been studying Greek sculptures to develop better figure drawing techniques. They have been helping me improve my anatomical proportions. Here is a sample of these drawings- all done with a crappy ballpoint pen.