Tuesday, November 20, 2012
In my previous post you saw some studies of foxes that were part of the previous homework assignment. This lesson I had to use my chosen animal, the fox, and focus on drawing the model as if he or she was a fox. The big challenge is to keep the original gesture in the drawing without loosing the spirit of a fox, you do not want your drawing to feel like a guy dressed up as a fox.
These are just some of the examples of what I did for this assignment. As you can see I have been using film stills as an inspiration.
Ink on paper.
Sunday, November 11, 2012
As you might have guessed, I chose a Red Fox for this assignment. This is only a selection of the many sketches I did, both on loose sheets and in my sketchbook. One of the many great things about this course it how much it makes me sketch. I have started a new sketchbook early october -one of those thick old-fashioned a4-sized hardbacks- and it is already filled halfway through! Mostly with gesture sketches and café drawings done for the gesture course.
All of these are 100% traditional: ink, (Pentell Pocket Brushpen, Pentell Sign, Pitt Brush Pen) and color pencil on paper.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Brown Pitt brushpen on paper, digital tones with Photoshop.