More sketches for anyone who’s interested. Not much explanation needed, other than this first page, which is a character based on a voice done by comedian Tim Hawkins in his podcast Poddy Break. You can find the introduction to this character in episode 35 around 01:01:06. The character’s name is Crappaw and he likes to squeeze tennis balls. Other than that, these are just a combination of quick anatomy/pose sketches and a bunch of random characters for fun. Everything here was done with a mechanical pencil.
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I will be posting more of these sketches soon, as I have a ton of these pages already scanned and didn’t think it would be good to fit everything into one post.
So, this is my third sheet of silhouette sketches (Here’s a link to the first and second). This page contains a lot less as far as concepts, but I polished them up a little more than in the past, especially the mech, as you might have noticed.
A quick note on Inktober; I did quit after the first 17/31 days, which is unfortunate, but I was able to take on more freelance work as a result. Unfortunately I can’t show any of it yet, except for this logo I did a couple months ago, which never quite made it onto the blog.
I’ve been using it as a kind of example for others wanting prices and stuff when they come to me for a logo.
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I just finished last weekends drawings last night, so yeah; that’s why this is late.
Day 12 sketch
Day 12 sketch
Day 12 ink
Day 12 edit
Day 12 alt
Day 16: Sailor
Day 17: “Sigh”
Ideally I would have posted this on Sunday, but school and freelancing got busy and I was having trouble deciding what to draw.
I’m not particularly proud of any of these, but I think the way day 11 came out is interesting. It was probably the first time that I used my thicker pens and didn’t regret it.
Also, the last four days, which I did last night, are (partially) inked with my new Copic 0.03 tip pen. It’s really nice for details and small drawings at about half the size of my previously smallest pen. I wish I had it when I did day 12 to maybe make some grass or something to fill in the ground.
Anywho, that’s it for this week. Thanks for reading, and make sure to like and follow if you enjoyed my content.
This was a random sketch, which I ended up inking, then messing around with the colors and textures. It still looks a little plain to me though. I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how I could turn the sketch into a finished illustration. This was as close as I could get.
Here’s a couple more sketches. See the last sketch here: https://jumpingmonkeyart.com/2016/04/27/creepy-bearded-guy-sketch-new-site-preview/
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I don’t like these pictures as much as the real thing, but whatever. There’s probably something wrong with the way I lit it.
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