God, this is boring.
I’ve been really drilling facial proportions and anatomy the past few days, after realizing how poor a grasp I actually had on, you know, that stuff. This is in theory an attempt at applying my learnings, but then I went around intentionally distorting stuff (oh, those eyes) and there wasn’t much to it to begin with so now it’s… yeah, I’m gonna stick with “boring”. Only posting because my desktop is littered with unfinished stuff and for all its flaws, this is done.
I really need a haircut. I think it’s becoming sentient. Soon, it will rebel.
(Karen you were saying how I hadn’t updated in a while so this is your fault.)
I’ve had a hard time motiviating myself to draw in my physical sketchbook as of late. Instead, I find myself noodling around in Photoshop at 3 AM when I’d meant to go to bed ages ago. Sketching is sketching, I suppose, and Photoshop sketching can get goofy and painterly real fast.
My characters from various D&D campaigns – Deacon the Deva Avenger, Rice the Human Rogue (or Daru Assassin, I suppose – campaign’s based on Steven Erikson’s Malazan books), and Noale who is already on this blog like twice already because I cannot stop drawing her.
I had Deacon on the brain after the portrait, because even though he was from last summer’s campaign, I kind of miss playing the guy. So here he is with the elven ninja child he inadvertently adopted.
And finally, some girls, from a file helpfully titled “Girliedoodles.psd”.