Feeling kind of ehhhhh about my illustrations lately. Pencil sketches are fun for me and relaxing most of the time. Illustration is hard. Trying to keep my chin up but getting really discouraged. I know it’s that artist brain. We probably all feel it. Anyway, here’s a recent sketch.
Really nice piece. Interesting elements throughout the space. Love how the music leads you through all the little creatures. Great styling of your subjects. Almost makes me not hate alligators and crocodiles, almost. They are terrifying. Great job!
HI everyone I just want to say that I quit Inktober this year, because I chanched my priorities back I am sure that i am able to finish inktober, but i dont put too much effort in it as you can tell from my last few inktober images.. I will draw every day either so no change by this But good luck to you with the rest of inktober!!
@kat I agree that adding a shadow in the eyes and mouth to show that there is a back side of the pumpkin is a good step. Since you want to convey that a light source is in there you won't have to do anything really dark but some type of gradient would help it look finished. Good piece!
Original painting done in 2012 and the redo in 2017.![1_1507837465282_22008205_1702583279751954_9018848225338886967_n.jpg](Uploading 100%) ![0_1507837465274_21768282_1702583316418617_3824049071890354496_n.jpg](Uploading 100%)
@quinnkimberly If it's just based off of the movie, it might work then. Now that I think of it, I don't think Pennywise even took a clown form in the parallel book scene, so it might be a moot point. If it's for an audience who's seen the movie, it might be clear enough.
Hi russ I dont really like to give critque but i really like this piece(nice idea) The white highlights seem a bit fuzzy and could be brighter and sharper it maybe needs more contrast or more differences in values.I know everyone wants something different and this is just my opinion.