Monday, 17 October 2011

The first piece is a sketch of a group of guys that come to my work (coffee place) every Friday to play chess so I found the time to draw them and it was fun as they were focused on their game and didn't notice me.

The second is a feather, that same feather in an empty mustard bottle and my father. He sure loves to challenge me. 

The third is just a quick 20 minute sketch of a nude male. I found a great new website of nude poses (will post it later). 

I finally decided to participate in one of the community activities: Teen Challenge. This week they requested a design of a WWII Fighter Plane. 

I didn't have enough time to finish it as I was at my girlfriends place the entire weekend but I guess the community activities main goal is to just get us all to draw, which I did. 
I may colour the WWII Fighter piece later on but honestly I'm not a big fan of the genre.

Sunday, 9 October 2011

A big update on the poster. I still have a lot of improvements to make but all in all the design and composition is fully done.

Monday, 3 October 2011

An update for the poster idea. I think I'm going to go for some sort of large bird/gryphon carrying some sort of brush through the high mountains.

Anyway this is a sketch of an Andean Condor (one of the largest flying birds).

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

:A small update

There is a school project to create a poster exhibiting your work and representing your artistic style so I was thinking of ideas - some sort of bird/eagle carrying something representing art or digital art. Perhaps an eagle carrying a computer screen, sitting by a large bucket of paint or an owl painting the trees in his local forest :)

The raccoons were a sketch done in class from a photo. God, they are adorable.

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Some anatomy/pose training from a great website:
I highly recommend this for any artist looking to improve in those fields.
Thanks to my father for his guidance. Let's hope he approves :)

Sunday, 18 September 2011

I just opened my first ever blog. I hope it will be a good place for me to exhibit my work for the meantime until I get a proper portfolio website up. Welcome and enjoy!

Sketch for a project in school. Re-designing an album cover for Mumford & Sons.