Sunday, August 30, 2015
Late August Art Dump
I had better luck with this model with the brush pen drawing I did of her. Working in ink without the crutch of an under-drawing is nerve-wracking:
Here are a couple of more traditional pencil drawings. I'm pretty happy with both of these even though I failed to capture the facial likeness of the second model. The first one, a nice older lady, was a delight to draw even though I wound up leaving the session after twenty minutes because of paint fumes in the studio space. I got a good likeness from her, which makes me happy.
Finally, here's a small piece I did for a client in between work on my two major projects. This is a matching drawing to the Demonic Dungeon Master's Guide I did a few months go, the idea that a Demonic Monster Manual is disgorging one of the dippier monsters at the reader. I thought about using the Neo-Otyugh, but the client suggested the Gelatinous Cube, which, to be honest, was a LOT easier to draw. This is brush and ink on Bristol board. Drawn out of my head entirely without references (which often spells trouble for me). Fun to draw, though.
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