instead of naked people, we drew still lifes today.
i quite liked not having to avoid crotches.
graphite pencils. top two: one hour each. bottom one: 10 minutes.
no more tonight.
Doodle or Die time.
don’t judge me.
Pt. 2: Mr. Sleepy Rolls from a previous live sketch. No, seriously, he needs to change his fuckin’ poses. I am kinda tired of drawing the expanse of your tum tum.
so yeah, i’ll upload more good things on Tuesday, but for now i’m upload some live model sketches from this week.
Pt. 1: Skinny pierced fabulous male. Yeah, that’s a weenie piercing.
you’d best be pleased.
page one: fancy french 18th century female hunting outfit and a toad.
page two: Quadratus from “Shadow of the Colossus” and a burning orphanage.
page three: Flutterby with her butterfly tramp stamp boozed out on some pink potion and a sleepy puppy and a bunny on a cloud created by Flutterby’s stanky breath fumes.
these were all requests. i am responsible for nothing.
Is that elephant wearing a fancy vest?
Is that elephant holding a cup of coffee with his trunk?
Is that elephant giving you sass?
Well, it’s all irrelephant. c:
Whoo! This one was a quicky and it’s probably late, but I just wanted to have one submitted since this will be my first contribution to the page(but definitely not the last)!
hey guys a quick sketch i did made it up to weekly art challenges.
i’ll probably be re-blogging the future pieces i submit from there to here.
because i plan on doing more. :) ALL of the weekly challenges.
just gonna upload a fun 3-D project i finished in my Space Research class yesterday. it was all a blur, but i know that today when i left critique i felt better about life than i have in a while, so all in all it was generally awesome.
assignment was to build a miniature mock-up rollercoaster section.
let’s ~ride the wave~, boys and girls.
pieces of a homework assignment.
i couldn’t stand it as a whole, so these are all the sections i did like.
charcoal & graphite pencils.
favorite sketchbook page so far.
hand study: pencil. two 20 minute increments.
tiger: pencil, india ink, felt tip. sketched in 10 minutes, colored in 45.
text: cyclic number. (def; successive multiples with cyclical permutations).