My entire development for The Hierophant and The High Priestess fit into two spreads of my sketchbook. Brainstorming on page one, layouts and studies for faces/masks on page two, and then the cards side by side — it was important to draw them that way to ensure they looked good paired against each other. You’ve already seen the finished High Priestess, and the finished Hierophant is coming soon.
Pencil bootcamp #2 and #3,
by Tea and Ink
Choice pages from that Moscow 6-day sketchbook challenge featuring
My Friends Looking Weird
Approved Cabin Baggage
Some sketchbook pages from 2011…
One more gorgeous tattoed person. It occurs to me that I should probably source the reference photos I use, so this will be the last one that’s unsourced (if only because I pulled this image from somewhere and I can’t remember where it was).
Went for an android-ish feel with that one, because the shadows on her body were so well defined.
30-Day Drawing challenge
Day Eight: Favourite
Animation Comics Character — John Constantine
I am not really big on cartoons/animation, so I honestly couldn’t think of a character I’d care enough to draw, so there you go instead — one of my favourite comics character, John Constantine, Hellblazer.
So I guess I am back in the saddle again. Sketching out characters for the Folio competition
It’s a lovely Wyatt drawing by teaandink! Aaaah, I love it so much, I started crying when I saw it. I want to get him a big giant person-sized coffin for his ashes & put everybody’s nice sayings & drawings all over it, but I guess that’d be a little tacky & would take up a lot of room.
Aww lady :3