Lunchtime sketchbook opinions
I recently decided to push myself to try and finish a drawing a day during my lunchtime at work, having realised that I was watching tutorial after tutorial without actually doing any drawing. Thought I would share some of them, nowhere near perfect but just wanted to get them finished as best as I could in a day. Any opinions/feedback would be greatly received, I find it hard to judge my own stuff.
Heather Boyd last edited by Heather Boyd
I really like your animal ones. And I like the works that give a bit more context and full body ones.
I’d like to know what the baby Dino is looking at off page.
I am happy you made the step to put to work what you have been learning and thank you for sharing!
Thanks for the comment, I think I may go back and try and flesh out some of the drawings such as the baby dinosaur one to give it more of a story/background etc. With limiting myself to an hour a day to finish each drawing I just wanted to try and get as much finished as I could. Funny though, I never know what I’m going to draw before I start and so it’s always fun to see what actually ends up coming out once I start scribbling away.
@hoppershaun these are really fun! I have a thing for white outlines on characters. I think it makes it pop off the page. I started doing that on some of my work but i get mixed crits if it should be there or not be there. I think for all of these it works well. Looking forward to seeing more.
Thanks, must admit these were fun to do, helped pass the time during lunch too. Yeah, I like doing the white outlines, especially when using the tan paper background that I like to use, it does help it pop. Can’t remember exactly who I saw doing it first, maybe Peter Han.
Yesterday’s drawing. Not too sure about the colours, but ran out of time so that’s the way they’ll be staying I guess.