learning to write with my left hand: one week of progress (left side is last week, right side is today)
reason for those who haven’t read my earlier posts: my right arm is injured from excessive drawing and needs some rest. figured it was a good opportunity to train my other hand.
switched between left and right hands on this one. just practice!
my latest piece + a detail of the face and hair.
another doodle with my left hand. still very shaky!
if you’re wondering why these look pretty wobbly, it’s because i drew them with my left hand. my right arm has officially given up for today and needs some serious rest! I’m thinking it would be wise to practice with my left hand every now and then, might prove useful somewhere down the line..
used ref for these.
a few quick lunch-break doodles. drawn from ref pics that i took this morning with my phone on my jogging route!
ok last one! a sketch of the super gorgeous Jany Tomba. Goodnight!
another stock photo sketch, based on this one
quick sketch based on this stock photo.
Coloring coloring books into a whole new level.
Art on the right by: http://loish.deviantart.com/
Coloring book pages belong to Disney.
Aw, thanks for the plug!
i updated my website with a new art section, which includes a few WIP versions and close-ups as always! check it out here
just posted up an animation and some artwork i did last summer. it’s a short promo film for a dutch app, Memberry, and was lots of fun to make! check it out here.
applecorekevin said: I was wondering what you meant when you said… ‘As always, no color picking’ I like your work a lot.
thanks! i actually meant that i didn’t use the eyedropper tool to pick the colors off of the original reference image :) for all of my digital art, including the stuff i make with reference, i choose my colors manually by sliding around the little circle and the arrows in this dialog box:
i mixed up my words, because the above box is called ‘color picker’ which is actually exactly what i do ;) i just don’t literally pick the colors off of other images.