i love sketching. i love it more than finished drawings, its like a constant stream of concsiousness that just flows out onto the paper, and it tells a long and ever changing story of what you were thinking at that moment you were sketching. ill post some of my old as well as new sketches in here, and hopefully itll be filling up quick because i do a hell of alot of sketching, so enjoy!
i guess, thats enough for now. ill post more as i do them, thanks for checkin em out!
some really good sketches here dude ... like the dark knight actually think it all fricking sweet ... keep it loose!!
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i was looking at one of my favorite artist's sketchbook today, Katsuya Terada. the self proclaimed "Rakugaki King", which in japanese roughly translates to the king of doodling or loose sketches, so i was inspired to make this really weird completely un-proportional fugly design. many apologies Katsuya-san!!!
been a while since ive been on here, and updated this sketchbook. im not sure why i still do it, i dont think more than 1 person has even looked at it. oh well, i guess thats just how it goes. if anyone does stumble in here accidentally then i guess theyll have some new stuff to look at. for those kind souls i say enjoy it. thanks.
Oh, hey, c`mon! Sometimes people are just a bit...well...lazy to write. I had a good look at these, and I`m amazed! Could you be so kind and tell me what you use to ink your images? I never did that, so I`m very interested, after seeing some of your work here... *Wah, I`m just doing my nails and saying stupid things...
ha, i hear that. i do that too i admit. but thank you for the comment, and for taking a peep at my stuff. to answer your question i usually just ink with any pen i have lying around me at the moment. but lately ive been using a pilot precise v7, which has a pretty versatile ink flow. and can get some fairly thick lines when you slow down the pen, and with quicker strokes can make some nice really thin lines. for the ones near the bottom of the page with alot of solid blacks on them i used one of those double ended sharpie markers with the thick end on one side and the ultra thin on the other. i think the sharpie works best for filling in solid blacks, other than a brush and india ink which is also good. but i dont really think theres any right or wrong way to ink, just experiment and find out what works best for your style. thanks again.
ha, its easier than it looks. mostly driven by boredom. just grab a pen and start scribbling!!!
and hopefully ill be posting the page im working on tonight. its sort of a trial run on how i might ink my comic book im working on. the style is influenced alot by pencil work by leinil francis yu, and frank quitely. its still sketchy looking at the moment, but thats sort of how i like my comics, with alot of emotion and mess to the inks. sooo well see how it goes. hopefully should have a preview up on here by tonight. so stay tuned!!
im too tired to play around with the bottom panel, or panels, i havent really decided what i want to make yet. so im just gonna post this as is tonight and deal with it later on. i really need to start working on things in the day time, lately ive only been sketching reeeeel late night, so ive been getting a bad case of lead eyelid syndrome. although id prefer to work only at night if i didnt have to get up in the morning every day. just be a night owl, so to speak. (and not the character night owl from watchmen, although he kicks ass too) aaaaaaaaaany ways, heres this biatch ive been working on tonight. . . . .