Many things to be worked on this week, but only a small update that I can post as of now.
Last week I participated in the 100 figure challenge for Urban Sketchers. I was able to get all of them done in a few hours while sketching at the mall. Honestly wish I could do this every day 😉
Next up are just some quick brainstorming sketches to solve a composition puzzle, as well as some fun with crow quill 🙂
This week had some good opportunities to do some more gesture drawing in different environments.
also had some more time to put into my final darkness (at least the dark side) image.
My last post was merely a few days ago…so nothing super big done just yet. A few fun gestural studies in the live as well as a start on my next and final darkness piece.
I would have to say that these drawings are quite the challenge to complete. Anyways this is the 5th one done below.
and a few of my sketches from the past week.
I finally finished the 4th drawing in my series. Took a while, but finally got it done.
And a whole load of crazy comic idea sketches, Frazetta studies, my own versions and gestural studies from this past week. Busy busy.
This past week was a bit slow on the art end of things, but heavy on the social marketing. Getting Clams on the Side, my webcomic, in front of more eyes is going to take a lot of persistence 🙂
Meanwhile a bit of gesture drawing and the 4th of my dark images.
This week I had the chance to do a lot more gestural drawing, which is always good. I am still pretty new to this form of figure drawing so it is going to take a while to get the hang of capturing the figure in my mind and keeping it there for a good 10-15 seconds in order to put it down on paper.
This week brings a slow completion to the 3rd image in my Dark and Light series that I am working on.
Also, have been hitting up the gestural figures a lot lately along with some dragons and film studies. Lots of fun with tons of challenge.
Finally am able to get back to my weekly gestural drawing exercises. Couple pages for perusal below.
Also the second of my series on darker images. This one is called “Demon.”