These are some sketches I did of 'hot brides' for a wedding blog. Just some rough ones so the blogger can choose which style they wanted, then i'll do a finalized and cleaned and coloured version. The third one was based off of Jessica Stroup, who you can see these days on the highly anticipated and tremendously bad (but in a good way) Beverly Hills, 90210.
Kind of? Sort of? ...maybe not. Too portraity. And I made his neck really tight to his jaw to give him a beefy look, but I think that was an error in judgement. His mouth bugs me too, but I at least like how his ears turned out.
This is my 2nd attempt at painting digitally in photoshop. Obviously, much more learning is in order. Speaking of which, if anyone has any tips on painting facial hair / stubble, please toss them my way.
My first submission to Illustration Friday's topic for 'Enough'. Living in Vancouver, fewer things have foiled my plans more than the rain. Also, my very first time drawing in Sketchbook Pro. Pretty sure much more practice is in order.
My brother's 2 friends just got engaged and had a party this past weekend. He asked me to draw a picture to give them based on the 'American Gothic' painting of the 2 old people in front of their farmhouse with the pitchfork... This is them opening the drawing this past weekend. I think they found it amusing.
The Roundhouse Community Centre offered free life drawing sessions at lunch for 3 weeks in March as part of their Tribute to Dance festival. It was great to be able to life draw again, after 3 years of being away from it. These models were dancers who all wore clothing which posed a bit of a challenge from the regular nudy poses, but it was still fun. Anyhow, here are a few of my drawings... They were all about 2-5 minute poses.