Monday, 17 May 2010
This is a caricature of Mick Jagger, as you can see it's not finished (you might be wondering why I posted another unfinished piece, it's because I want you to see it progress) and probably not looking too great; however, not trying to sound arrogant by the way, I thought it looked a bit better off camera than it did on, but it still probably isn't that great! One more thing, I'm doing this and the first Dredd piece at the same time because this is a project exam type thing.
Feedback would be much appreciated!
Saturday, 15 May 2010
This is a picture of Abe Sapien from Mike Mignolas hellboy comics. I drew this a few years back and as I remember, at the time I was obsessed with Mignolas art, don't get me wrong, I'm still very fond of it but at the time when I drew this I was drawing pretty much everything in his style. This wasn't directly copied from a picture, as I recall I did this by memory(obviously it was in Mignolas style though). I haven't gone off his art by any means however I like to think I'm developing my own style.
Well, my first piece of art is up in this post, it's not finished but I'd like you to see the transition, in retrospect I probably should have put it up when it was just in its pencil stage. I was inspired to do this piece after seeing the cover to 2000ad prog 1684, and inspired is what it was in my view, I saw his pose and thought:' huh, I'd like to draw that kind of pose, but in my style' So I did. The only times I really had to look at the cover for reference was for the forearm part of the glove (only because I didn't know exactly what all the details for his costume where) but I did not copy it, I used it for reference, then there was the lawgiver ( again used as reference for some of the minor details, but not copied) and a few ( but not all ) of the shells flying out of the gun, purely because there were about three I couldn't draw and I was worried I was going to mess them up. There are obvious similarities between mine and Cliff Robinson's cover, because I deliberately used the pose and parts of his drawing for reference, but I did it in my style and do not believe I have plagiarised his simply amazing work. Please bear in mind when viewing my art that I am only, well nearing 15, however I would like to be taken seriously; but my art may not be of very high standards compared to some of you viewing this blog. Any feedback would be great as well!