I don’t think this came together how I would have liked, but it’s got a few things going for it; namely I like that I finally got the hands in the right position, and that they’re at least somewhat feminine. The hair’s awful. These are generally taking longer because of the addition of the pencil under-drawing. ~ 70 minutes.
This may be my favorites thus far. I took this to my weekly sketch-date to finish up and I think it turned out pretty good. ~ 110 minutes
Nothing nice to say about this one. ~ 40 minutes
The other side of the mud / whatever hauling business. Admittedly I cleaned the pencil lines off of this one – it was kind a mess. ~ 70 minutes
Weird drawing. This reminds me of a sketch I did while at Volition. In it a woman is rising out of a giant vat of mud to fire on an unseen enemy. Mud-clumps are fun to shade in, and with this entire series of sketches I’m trying to get better at things interacting with the human body, not just ‘floating’ above it. ~ 60 minutes
I would like to start incorporating background imagery more into the images. I’m developing a hefty wish-list with these sketches. ~ 45 minutes
Allright in hopes of producing a more ‘complete’ looking sketch I decided to lay down some pencil lines. I think the face is okay but everything below the chest went to hell. I need to practice clothing more. ~ 50 minutes
Hah I’m kind of re-tracing my steps here. I really like the sketch from April 5th, which has a similar angle. ~ 50 minutes
More face-pagery. Tried to get loose – gotta get out of this rutt. ~ 40 minutes
I like where this is going, though I wish I had been able to fit in just what it is she’s doing with her hands. ~ 60 minutes.
Another face page. Those small gray marking above the faces were an attempt to find an interesting pose before I began drawing. I usually just scribble until I can ‘read’ something in them. Kind of struck out this morning – though I do like the female face in the lower-left hand corner. ~ 40 minutes
Hah I like these two. If I draw them again I will give the lady real legs and find a better hat for the gentleman. ~ 60 minutes