rather than all of page 2, I decided to just scan this part. I’m pretty pleased with this, especially since it didn’t take many tries to get (mostly) right. Her foot’s too small.
Yeah… so it’s been what? Two weeks? I have no excuse, really. I’ve been feeling like garbage, but I’m not gonna get into details because this isn’t that kind of blag. To
not really make up for it, you get two things today. I’m gonna make different posts for each, because it’s better for my sanity that way.
This first one is - in theory - a first-draft sketch of the first page of the project I’m working on, which I’m currently referring to “Nephilim Project” because I don’t have a title yet. The idea is that the first panel is a person running, the second panel is a person walking in the opposite direction, and the third panel is three more people running after the first person. Then the full drawing is the back of the walking person, who is supposed to be a young (elementary school age) kid. That’s why the big head and short legs.
So this is ink done on the previous drawing. I’m pretty pleased with how it came out.
Sorry about not updating yesterday. I wasn’t sitting at a computer long enough to get any meaningful work done, since I spent most of the day on my feet.
Vykk is rather confident, despite his somewhat plain appearance.
I still need practice drawing male characters, but I think this is progress. I need practice with expressions, too. So there we go.
Vykk knows it’s not a good idea to sleep on a train, especially when he’s on his way to a new place. But sometimes you just get too tired to worry about it.
Sorry about it being so sloppy. This is one of the very few times I’ve tried to draw background stuff. Mostly because I’m pretty convinced that I’m terrible at it. But that’s the point of practice, right? To get better? I need a LOT of background practice.
…It’s supposed to be a train.
Mana Tachibana tends to fill in for her deceased mother to take care of her father and younger sister.
So this one is a new one that I just finished up now. Take that, artist’s block!
Ryoko Yoshino is rather proud of many things.
So, as of yesterday I officially managed to go a whole week with new sketches. Today is a new post, but I did this sketch months ago, so it’s even more of a cheating thing than the Calophi one I started before and finished the day I posted it. I’m not at home now and won’t be until after midnight, and I didn’t draw anything today anyway. So, tomorrow will be back to business as usual.
Reynar Hasan practices one of his very many “Cool Guy” poses.