I'm just a wannabe digital artist and traditional artist trying to learn how to use my new drawing tablet. I also have an EDM production side-gig.
I specialize in comics, doodling, drawing, pencil drawing.
I wanted to design a character for my story, so I messed around with different designs until I eventually came up with a good character design concept.
I started practicing gesture drawings using a variety of methods, also using references from the interwebs.
I played around with stylized head shapes and facial features by using a col-erase pencil to draw the basic structure, and then adding detail to it.
With the help of liner pens, Col-Erase pencils, and a white gel pen, I was able to design a fighter type character.. That doesn't have a name yet. I'm open to suggestions if anyone wants to give her an official title.
This was a compilation of poses, 30 second sketches, and a new character body type for a game I want to make. And also a random portrait.
I finally figured out an efficient and simple way to combine gesture and mapping to better pose the human body.
Sorry I've been kinda dead on the site lately, but I figured I'd upload some of my sketching practice I've done over the past month.
I decided to practice posing with a character that has a certain style. I also wanted to test a design for my artist logo. I will definitely be making a digital version of this character in the near future. Colored with Artify alcohol-based markers, and a white Gellyroll pen for highlights.
I colored in lineart I uploaded earlier using Artify alcohol-based markers and a Gellyroll pen for highlights.
I wanted to practice my line art one day, so I asked my dad to give me an object to base a character design on and he said "rose."
This sketch is really old, but I thought I'd revisit it.
This is another old sketch I made to test my detailing skills.
This is actually one of three sketches from my old sketchbook. The pose is a little off, but it's still kinda decent.
Just some preliminary designs for a character I created named Razor. All in pencil and some marker for color mapping.
I just finished another character design! This one is traditional, but I will eventually create a digital version.
I took a few moments out of my day to attempt to use most of the coloring tools in Krita whilst drawing a rough character design.