Today the topic was Ninja turtle.What you see in this sketch page are some pose variations and the last of the small sketches i wanted to remake it into the final one but unfortunately i didn't get the same attitude and didn't like the expression so i painted the small one.
I do like children book style drawings and animation in general and while other styles attract me as well this feels for now the most natural to pursue
I've decided to follow this type of work instead of depressing myself because i don't have YET enough skill for realistic illustrations.After all i love cute stuff.
These 2 chacarters are made as well for the same goup on facebook and as you can see here and in the other post about this group ,i did tried to focus on a more cartoony style even though each drawing has it's style.
Also after denying a couple of years to create a twitter account...i finally did it and you can follow me here.
This last week i decided that should not have any excuses anymore not to draw so to make myself work on a daily basis i created a group on facebook called Daily Character Design ,because i am not aware anymore of this type of challenge anywhere on the web that is also active.
Feel free to join our daily exercise[mostly if you are going to post or you draw] done for the daily character design group on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/848315275179072/
These are some of the topics we gave and i made in this order
These are 2 tiny sketches i did for a challenge called 7 days of color on facebook which i discontinued unfortunately.
The last one is done for a groupd i created on facebook called Daily character design where we give 2 topics each day,this one being called shaolin monkey.If you're interested in joining our daily exercise go here.
Today i'm going to delight you with some composition sketches inspired by Eytan Zana gumroad.The second one might look very dark for you but it was on purpose,the brightness being between 0-40 in the hsb sliders in photoshop i think.
The third image are some value studies after Robert McGinnis and John White Alexander.
The colored backgrounds are from 2 games i worked on and you can play them here
Also i would like to help...all the art comunnity by sharing this crowdfunding campaign for an online "Tv" channel with 8 hours live workshops daily plus another 16 hours of documentaries,interviews etc.You can check the teachers lineup which is badass.And help make this real by pledging if you afford.