Got in some sketch time this morning before my workout. Here are some warm-up sketches inspired by Deco Goddess.
Messing around in Photoshop for a little bit. I had to force myself to stop after about an hour and a half so I didn't overwork the thing since I only intended it to be a sketch. Pretty fun to do and definitely channeling a touch of Berkey in there.
Some warm-up sketches I did over the week. For the bottom one I felt compelled to do some expression sketches after seeing this site. They're pictures taken of people walking through a haunted house. Their facial expressions are priceless! Come to think of it some of the body language is hilarious too :D
A piece I just did as a favor to an old co-worker. He gathered a bunch of artists together to do a black and white piece for a sketchbook that will be available to buy during this year's Comic-Con. Proceeds from the sketchbook will be donated to a charity to benefit autism.
Update: Here is the link to the FB page:
These were mood studies I did off of a CSI:Miami episode...I can't remember which one it was. It was something I did to try and get into the mindset of the game. The game by SOE, was an object-finding game with a murder/mystery theme...besides all that, its been a while since I've posted anything ;)
This week's sketch topic was Hungry Hungry Hippos. I didn't really know what to do for this topic and I wasn't really that into it to tell the truth. I'm glad I did it though since it forced me to do some quick studying on Hippos since I never really draw them. Who knew these animals were so crazy? According to the wikipage, hippos are responsible for more human deaths than any of the large animals in Africa! Oh and they're related to whales.
This Hungry Hungry Hippo here took care of a safari adventurer that got a little too close.
I've been lagging big time on our studio weekly sketch dealio and I'm having to play catch up. This is my contribution for He-Man week. I decided to do a younger version of He-Man (He-Boy?) and Cringer as a kitten being a thorn on the side of Skeletor, who was even ugly as a kid.
These sketches were done around the La Jolla area.
The top sketch was the view from La Jolla Shores while the one below that is the view from the Birch Aquarium.
Managed to get in some sketches for this month! Yes!