I know it’s hard to see since I started with non-photo blue, but I just wanted to see what people thought about the sketch for the Skull Challenge. I’m doing Ghost Rider. I can see there are some things I gotta change, but lemme know some thoughts if you’re able to see anything. I’m gonna add chains and fire in the background and foreground.
The skull references were excellent, although I ended up using a few of my own as well (I have a life-size model skull of my own). This is charcoal on toned paper, and I'm calling it, 'Cthulhu Rising.' I've included my latest process...
Hi everyone, I don't usually post in progress sketches for Proko challenges, but I'm having fun with this one at this stage and decided I would. My plan now is to refine the sketch and give it a nice, rich, warm lighting scheme coming from the door, with twilight in the back. I want it to be reminiscent of popular illustration and animation art from the 50s through the 80s roughly. Hopefully I can get it done on time by Friday!
Another follow up to my Skull character, this time I'm roughing the face. Right now only #1 and #5 seem to be working for me. The character is an Anti-hero fused with a demon skull, I don't want it to be very Ghost Rider-ish, so I want the skull to feel more like a helmet or mask. I try using Bruce Timm style as a based for the design but not a full on copy, is mostly working for the body, but I'm quite please with the general direction of the face.
I want to try to finish the design by tomorrow so I can start thumbnailing the composition on Monday. What advice can you give me?
I thought it would be cool to do a cartoon this time. Stan and Marshall meeting a skull demon at the Proko office halloween party :). Included a very (very) rough sketch. I'm sturggling with the poses and the overall composition a bit. Any feedback would be appreciated :)
Here's my first pair of rough ideas for Anti-hero for the challenge, I want to end in a ink composition, so I'm working the design of the character first, but I haven't draw in a while and I'm doing these out of my head, and I'm never sure what drawing aspect to work on while doing this, also I feel like a have this bad habit of rushing things trough. Also whenever I try to draw from imagination I end up defaulting to the same boring pose and angles. Any advice on what to work on here other than using reference? Because I am going to do that too.
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