Sunday, December 28, 2008

Here are some sketches I liked from the past couple weeks, I thought I'd post them here , but you may have seen them already on Beast Heads..

Friday, December 12, 2008

Thursday, December 11, 2008

No Sketch Left Behind

It seems that I'm finally cleaning house a little bit and posting some drawings that I've had on my computer for a while.  
This first one was from a gig, the rest are from Sea World.

These people were really awesome, they both loved it!


For Sean And Lisa

While I was visiting home for Thanksgiving, I did up this caricature for my good friend Sean and his girfriend Lisa.  Sean and I lived on the same street growing up and hung out alot drawing comics during high school. I credit him for being a huge creative influence on me at that time.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

A couple o' sketches I did right after the con

A few cell phone pics

These were all taken over the past several months.

This one was rejected, they thought the mouth was just too much.  I redrew it.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Steve Silver's Life Drawing Seminar

On the final day of the Caricature Convention, Steve Silver( Kim Possible, Clerks Animated Series) had a very helful seminar that focused on figure drawing but also went into drawing poses and cartooning them from memory.  First he had us do 20, 1 minute gesture drawings, then we did 4, 3 minute sketches of the same pose but from different angles.  The last exercise, you have to observe a pose for 30 seconds then do a sketch from memory.  It all means that sometimes you must put away what you know about reality and loosen up using what you know about making your drawing interesting.  To tell the character's story.  
This particular model who was hired by Steve to come in, used to work for Hooters and was wearing the uniform.  The whole time all of her poses were telling the story of a day at work.  She also had props to hold like a tray and a glass.  

Anyways, I went ahead and completed the final step which was to come up with a design of the model.  I based it on one of the poses from my sketchbook I thought showed her entire "look" the best.