Jorah doesn’t look like Jorah at all but Jeor’s there and Lyanna’s there so I went ahead and decided to make the sketch of the third person a fictional, younger version of Jorah Mormont. Like most of my personal, non client work, this one sort of just happened organically. I’m not even a Lyanna Mormont […]
These were more to warm my hands up and get into the feel of sketching again after a fairly lengthy hiatus, so I went with something interesting- Ser Bronn of the Blackwater from Game of Thrones, who I’ve always thought has a very sketchable face, as befits a sketchy character. I’ve never been particularly fond […]
I haven’t been drawing much at all lately, life has just been dragging along from day to day. But I did want to do at least something before Game of Thrones Season 8 hits the screens, so here it is. The original plan was to do a sort of sketch countdown in the final two […]
Got ahold of a brilliant book on figure drawing by Michael Hampton, thought I’d try applying his technique and doing some quick studies. I’m pleased to discover that I quite enjoy his approach to sketching and rendering the human figure, and hope to get into it properly soon. It’s tricky getting the knack of using […]
I don’t care how challenging it is, I’m more intent on getting to grips with this than I’ve ever been in my life. I used to be captivated by features, but I think I’m going beyond skin deep features now- there’s a beauty in using sketches to search for form that’s less stressful and more […]
This week I tried out a new app: Clip Studio Paint on my iPad Pro, and used it entirely. This is the first time in months and months that I’ve begun a sketch digitally, but this is a very nice app to use. I used the desktop version of it a few years ago, but […]
Just as the title says; sketches done for the classes on figure drawing and animal drawing that I’m taking. It’s interesting to learn armature; I didn’t realize just how much easier it would make understanding form.