Unknown amounts of time in Photoshop and Mischief.
More digital sketching that’s I’ve poked at and updates from the last dump.
Pretty quickly realized my proportions on this were way way off. So I’m going to scrap what I have and start again. Eventually. (Actually, probably tomorrow, so long as I wake up at a decent hour after watching OGN tonight.)
Progress on what was going to be a print of Katarina from League of Legends. I think if I’d started genuininely refining about two steps from when I stopped instead of trying to push the contrast, this could have worked. More or less. I’m going to resketch this and work at it again. I think I figured out a way to super quickly shade that works for me so practice won’t really hurt.
Sketch for a print of Jinx from League of Legends. Not a ton to say about this. Cool people don’t look at the explosions they cause with SMD Rockets. Get it? SMD? Super mega death… Suck my… yeah, you get it.
Just two sets of random doodles to play with Mischief a bit. I really like the program a lot now for sketching and pushing out work fast. I’m going to need jpg templates for things like prints but that won’t be hard to make. I’ve already got ones for storyboards and comic thumbnails. Speaking of which…
Thumbnails for the first seven pages of a comic based on the song Up There by VersaEmerge, done in Mischief. This is a project I’ve wanted to do and have sat on for a really long time. It’s pretty close to my heart and I think I can finally do it some justice. I’m not sure how long it’s going to be but I do know it’s going to be mostly/entirely silent. I’m not sure how I’m going to release this though, whether I’ll do a kickstarter to get it printed or just release it digitally on gumroad or something. We’ll see if there’s any interest, I guess.
Unknown amounts of time in Photoshop.
This is the process of me doodling Senna as Lucian, an imagining of her being the one to survive him. I noticed a lot of anatomy mistakes in this so I might go back and fix them or I might just leave them be and start over with more consideration for a potential background and some reference.
These are just really random, quick doodles to get my hands moving, as well as some speedpainting to figure out how to to define things better and faster. Spoiler alert: it’s a hard brush.
These last two are just me practicing really quickly, to learn the planes of the face and drawing through a figure to understand a pose. The first is Mosh, an alternative model, by Sito Alvina. Second is a photo I grabbed from tumblr and will try to find a source for when I can. I wasn’t really planning to post these outside of twitter screenshots, hence no source links, but I might as well go whole hog, right? Neither of these photos are mine.