If anyone actually understands the title, they're now awesome
in my book.
Alright, I've been around the forums for a while, but I really haven't put out much stuff. So this is my way of throwing out a bunch of stuff I've done recently.
Brief introduction: I go to a college in Washington state called DigiPen for art and animation. This first year we've stuck to traditional art and 2D animation. Later on, we'll be moving onto different digital media. Most the pictures you see are compilations of projects and life drawing sessions I've completed over this past semester. I'd also recommend openning these up in a new window, personally, if the size is bothersome over the forums.
Life drawing session done for 30 minutes, as you can see in the upper left corner. Done in sketchpad.
Portrait of the model done during the same session. I believe this was anywhere between 20 minutes - 30 minutes.
This was done as part of my most recent figure drawing final. Inspired by the Film Noir style. All done from direct observation. 8 x 10".
My first real attempt at the film noir style for another class earlier in the year. Done all in charcoal, 18 x 24". Photo ref used with my face/body.
Life drawing portrait. I believe 20-30 minutes on this one as well.
Longer full body pose of the same model, different session. 40 minutes together with 5 minute break inbetween.
Another part of my figure drawing final. Done in white and black primsacolor pencil on brown toned paper. All done from direct observation (albeit a little difficult to pose, lol.)
Feet! Yes, part of a midterm earlier in the year as well. Done in white prismacolor and charcoal. Direct observation.
Let's throw in some hands. Yes, another part of my midterm. I liked the general atmosphere it conveyed. All done from direct observation as well.
To shake things up a bit, here's some examples of what I've done besides projects on my own time. This was submitted as a comic for a Sam and Max contest on the site 4colorrebellion. I ended up winning the whole second season of Sam and Max for the PC because of it.
Done on my tablet.
Another tablet drawing of mine from earlier on this year. Inspired by the villian clayface from the Batman series.
I'll be sure to update this further, but I think that's good for now. I'll add some more of my side stuff later. Comments and critiques are always welcome. Thanks guys.