Monday, May 10, 2010
As you can probably tell:
"We walke too the school. Evry day. We do stuff thet we do not want too. the school is over and we walke home and the bag is heavy"
This is actually quite profound. And a bit reminiscent of Linkin Park, if I may say so myself.
Sunday, May 9, 2010
I effin' LOVE Brianne Drouhard style and colour and everything about everything she draws ever. She draws the pretties girls. Hell, just look through her blog and be amazed at how well she colours with... markers?! Or something. Regardless, it's amazing. I can't colour anything close to that good even when using a computer.
Anyways. I traced the shit out of her shit.
She's insanely good at anatomy, especially the stylized kind, and that's exactly what I want to learn. So I think I got more out of this than tracing Silver, cause Drouhard's way of drawing is more what I'm used too. With that said, I guess I really need to learn more from Silver too.
Everything in red is simple tracing, the blue parts are parts where I had to "make up" the lines myself, cause they where mostly covered in clothes/dresses and such (hence why almost all the pelvis-parts are blue. She needs to draw more naked things *cough*)
Friday, May 7, 2010
So this I'm gonna be making several posts like this, hopefully, with tracings of others art. First out is the animation guru Stephen Silver:
I'm sure you can find the image I traced from if you google his name. Stephen art is AMAZINGLY dynamic and... unstatic (I'm the master of tautology, thank you). And it's very expressive, you can almost tell what type of character it is just by looking at their shape. Even their silhouettes are expressive.
When dissecting his art, it's easy to tell it's built up by a few really simple shapes. When I was done, I tried sketching two drawings of my own (in blue) with the same process so to speak. It doesn't look as good, but I'm gonna keep practicing.