Saturday, May 17, 2014
2B pencil on card stock. I did blend a little bit with a Q-tip.
For more info about what this is all about, check Art Bomb Time! The lucky recipient? Come in and see!
This is graphite (2B pencil) on card stock.
The reference photo comes from As an actor I've had alot of different looks, so here's an album with a little something for everyone; have fun with my mug! All styles welcome!
This is 2B pencil on card stock. I did some blending with my fingers.
If you are curious about the reference photo, check Hey friends! Would someone like to draw me? Any style is way cool.
This is graphite on card stock.
Here's the reference photo and the other attempts at drawing/painting: I was feeling pretty after getting my hair trimmed yesterday. Anyone want to draw me? Sorry it's not the clearest image :\
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Sunday, May 11, 2014
Guys are usually easier to draw than gals because their features are much more angular and you can get away with a lot. This was done rather quickly with a Frixion pen (can be erased but kinda leaves a yellowish mark).
Sunday, May 4, 2014
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Quick sketch of a redditor's mom in pen and ink. I went through three sketches before that one so even though it was a quick sketch, it was not a quick process to get the deed done. It's super loose and very approximative, which is really what I like to do. If you're interested, here's where the reference photo comes from: Draw my Mum?
I don't usually do figure drawing but when I do, it's a wild scene like this one. Not too often that you encounter a full profile pose on reddit, so kinda had to do it. The photo reference comes from The one and only picture of myself I enjoy, sitting on the side of a mountain. Would be humbled if someone was willing to draw me.
Yeah, this one is quite angular. Too bad I didn't pay that much attention on how I rendered the eyes. My hope is that it was done in a hurry (Sketch scanned just now but actually done quite some time ago and I don't remember the circumstances.)
The appeal of pen and ink (for me, at least) is that it allows for a rather loose drawing. This one is still on the stiff side as the lines are not exactly flowing (They are a bit forced.) I don't like to pencil the lines and then ink the outline since I don't particularly like to draw something twice. I don't know it just doesn't appeal to me that much, so I go straight with the pen and hope for the best.
For full disclosure, this sketch was done with a Frixion pen that allows some light erasing. So, I kinda cheated on this one, eheh.
For reference, check My gorgeous friend would like to be drawn, have a go at it?