A paintball pin up drawing birthday gift for a friend. I may clean up this drawing and color it to produce a limited run of stickers.
Red Monkia – Pistol wielding charming outlaw from Joe Madureira’s Battle Chasers.
Joe Madureira’s art is a major reason why I started reading the X-Men comic books as a kid. His style has so much movement and when he drew characters they seemed to be more solid and more expressive. They reminded me more of animation, which I loved, then any other comic art I had seen at the time.
I’m not much for video games but I’m tempted to try Battle Chasers: Nightwar firstly because it looks amazing and secondly to final see his comic book characters move.
Copic pens on vellum bristol paper.
Champagne to celebrate the New Year!
This is the second drinks poster I designed. I plan to make a 3rd to finish off the set.
Happy New Year everyone!
Be good to yourself, be kind to others, make things, share things, be patience.
Dancing! Drawing! Disco! Dr. Sketchy’s Life drawing with The SuperVixens! What a way to end the year! Thank you Mel for an amazing year of Dr. Sketchys <3
Very rapid sketches trying to capture as much of these gorgeous groovy gals as I could.
Merry Christmas to all my Dr. Sketchy’s art family and I can’t wait to see you all next year!
Last week I had the pleasure of doing a surprise teaching session at Covert Characters with the always fierce and fabulous Miss Jane Doe burlesque performer. I hope the many first timers that joined us had an enjoyable introduction to sketching from life!
One of my drawing (Her reclining in the “Eyes”costume) ended up winning the art book prize “Metamorphosis 1&2″from the our hosts BeinArt Gallery. I’d like to think it was meant as lovely early birthday present.
My very first youtube video! I thought I would share a video of my processes inking my last inktober piece.
Watch from pencil sketch to finished ink drawing of my Succubus for Day 22 #Inktober2016
The video has been sped up 16x to show just over an hour of drawing. This video shows only the very end of my preliminary sketching.
Castell XF 0.7 mechanical pencil
Mircon pens on toned paper
Danse Morialta by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
For those who are curious I do all of my life drawing on a A3 sketch pad, primarily with a black Polychromos Faber-Castel pencil. I then photograph the pages and collect the images together in photoshop.
Unfortunately we arrived late (my fault, my friends had to pick me up from the train) so we sat on the floor and to the side. So all of my sketches are from this unusual view point. And this meant I was only able to see one of the models during the longer poses.