daaaym vynrah these are really really awesome, im loving the graves, some remind me a graveyard in buenos aires, argentina that has amazing tombstones called the recoleta, Eva Peron was burried there, and is just really cool to wander around.
and i just wanted to say that your sig and avatar reminds me of tiny kitten teeth and thats awesome, it looks so pretty
Thank you thank you thank you everyone <3
Seriously, I cannot tell you how much I appreciate you checkin out my stuff let along liking it. :>
(also my sig set is Mary Blair and they site her as one of their inspirations so ~it all makes sense~)
Now, I'm keeping these still fairly loose, but I did a lot with the grave pieces, this is how they are nowww....
added some narrative in the window
Some gorgeous graves, spruced 'em up with some ink wash. Hard to see the details in the photo though, hopefully will be able to scan these properly soon.
^^^(pretty sure i over-worked and killed this one)^^^
none of these are cropped properly either, I'd like to point out.
Anyway yes now I must mat them ahhhh
thank you, you are all really such lovely people <3
I think all of these are repeats, but now with moar quality so I'll espoiler them in case you don't want to look again
and then I did some quick sketches on a return trip to the cemetery
my friend got the same projected I did, but a week afterward...so I was nice and gave her a ride and hung out for a few hours.
also self portrait for funzies lol
will get other projects up soon I'm sure
gotta throw together a portfolioooooooooo
((feel free to make suggestions of pieces if you have any, I know there's not much in this thread but like, y'know))
I love your architectural drawings. You seem to catch the intricate complexities of ornate architecture with the simplest of line strokes. I envy your talent in contour, my drawings always end up a tangled mess of overdrawn, gestural lines.
Wowowowza thanks Sailboat!
(you should post your stuff I'd love to see /nosey)
and this is what I've been working on
started with a piece with lots of organic junk and that was a huge nightmare, so scrapped it today and started working in a....factory?
I don't know.
This what I got (or the one shot I'm developing for it anywho)
is actually starting to make sense now that I've messed with it a TON
textures gave me a big headache
and organic stuff is still ugh
but yeah whatevs
2 hours on this
@ty: yessssssss, I was going for that kinda vibe. Creepy like. There's a lot in it that you can't really see though, so may take some more pictures with more lighting laterrrrr (but probably not I always say that lol)
been looking at vera brosgol
she has a coolio thing called draw this dress
where she draws old fashions
so I gave it a try with some dresses I found
though I think I maybe have looked at her work a bit too much x_____x
Oooooooooh my frack-a-lacking god I adore Draw This Dress (I met Emily Carroll a month ago and I was a nervous babbling dweeb because I'm such a fangirl for her and Brosgol's work)
BUT ANYWAYS, hoo-lee-crap Vynrah, loving your stuff. The ink washes of the cemeteries and old buildings are simply to die for. The linework is just oh-so pretty and detailed.
And your Draw This Dress ladies are wonderful too! There's really nothing wrong with being heavily influenced by Brosgol's work. I think those drawings of yours have a really good balance of being a little inspired by Brosgol's work but I definitely see "you" in thee more than anything.
Vynrah, you're working on really interesting things. Really loving those ink washes and your recent sketches. The linework looks effortless and really works with the varying weights in the contours and inside of things. Cartoony but well within that artistic realm which makes these really unique sketches.
Definitely in love with this one:
Like a really well done freehand drawing of like an impression of the building with really interesting textures. Something I'd especially mount on board and frame.
Yeah, it's weird. Mostly our Professor wanted us to learn to paint digitally, but also get a taste for Maya...some people in the class haven't even gotten to learn maya yet so @______@
(Maya being the program we're using to make the 3D computer graphics)