Figure stacking

Trying to get a sense of fantastical figure weight and balance. I just kept adding figures, not worrying too much about there size in relation to one another.

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Floating oasis

This is one of my favorite pages from recently. I started just inventing landscapes and then had the idea to draw a floating little world. I ended up taking this farther than I originally anticipated because it just came out so well. I think this may turn into a painting so I did a few more versions of the monk in the tree for future reference.

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Cool pose

Just trying out cool poses and practicing my figure invention.

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Creepy dudes and geometric shapes

I tend to practice geometric solids a lot. I don’t think I did it enough when I was younger so I’m trying to make up for it now. Creepy monstrous dudes, on the other hand, I have drawn plenty of and will continue to draw plenty more.

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Stern Dude

Just a stern dude looking tough. I wanted to practice drawing elaborate buckles and straps so that’s where this comes from. I didn’t love his head, but I didn’t hate it either so I decided to just draw an alternative more brutal version as another option.

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never good enough

This page does a great job of showing something I really like, the mustached guy with the vile of something, and something I don’t, basically the rest of the page. I try and just move on and hope for a better following page. With many sketchbook pages, it’s about getting ideas out and keeping my hand in shape. It’s not about perfect drawings, at least I try and remind my self of that.

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I let my brain out of the box

I have been working on my life skills a lot recently. With this page I tried to just let for of accuracy, or at least somewhat.

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I drew these from using concept art for Overwatch as reference. Truly some great design. I have never played the game though.

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Lay in

This is a lay in I made using reference from a book called Figure drawing for concept artists by Kan Muftic. A solid book I recommend.

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Heroic poses

Practicing my figure invention using heroic poses.

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