- Most recent image here for thumbnail:
Your sketches are done really well - I like the way you use shading and tones for your images. Look forward to more of them!
i like the girl a lot, very loose but effective style… someday i hope i can find how to be so loose in sculpting… great start of sketchbook, i will be watching
edit: From above (moved 1st two images to here otherwise thumbnail won’t update). Sorry - but now comments above are in the wrong order.
Well, I borrowed a wacom tablet recently and learning to draw. Here are a few of my first attempts. Not trying anything fancy tostart with, 10 - 60 minutes per sketch. Trying to find realistic forms but in a non-realistic presentation that would be hard with blender. I am starting this thread to hopefully show that I improve over time!
First few I feel like sharing were done in GIMP.
Random girl from the Internet (this was really quick sketch):
Thank you kbot and doris!
Tonight I spent some time doing a portrait of my 3 year old son. I’m really enjoying drawing with the wacom tablet.
Another one of my 3yr old son. He looks older in this; I checked how high the eyes are against the reference so not sure why? I’m really happy with this one though - it does look quite like him. I spent more time on it but still trying to keep the brush strokes visible.
the portraits are beautiful! also love the composition in both. wonderful work!
Wow, thank you Doris
I’ve got this idea that I want to do a 1hr(ish) portrait in different styles each day as practice. It might not last very long but here is the first one:
This is the same boy as the last post but when he was 2 1/2.
one hour, amazing! again beautiful drawing.
I started using Krita - really liking it so far.