What can I say, I love 'dem hawt animal-ppl and men with long hair.
Drew this at school in an actual Sketchbook for once (oh wonder) and he's turned out a bit slouchy I'm afraid. But whatevs, miles better than any of the previous ref-less humanoids, so I'm gonna count it as a success! I got ideas for other professions/species to illustrate; It'd be a series of sorts, but in the end it's unlikely any of them will get done. Maybe the thumbnails will be uploaded with the next sketchdump? Hm. Y u do this to me life?! Aaaaand I need to get over my fear of shading drawings like this traditionally. I always think I'll fuck up the textures and ruin the paper by erasing too often. FFFFF- D:
Anyway, I hope you guys like it -comments are always appreciated!
Pencil on paper, shading/touch-up in PS CS4. ~3h No refs used, Skyrim ruined my life Art (c) Heyriel
Firstly: Thank you so much for all the lovely comments! They means a lot to me and it makes me very happy to hear that you enjoy the works And to answer the question: Sadly no. I thought about it but since I don't know anybody over there...would you recommend it? c:
Looks good!! You are definitely getting better at this, and no ref used besides. You should experiment MOAR, try shading traditionally!! The Khor demands it.[link] Love that web site.
Long manly hair FTW- until a little while ago, I had not realized that I had rather wavy hair, which was why it would not be combed flat. I decided this is actually better than what I had had in mind before, and that I shall not be content to have it cut so short anymore (it takes at least 2-3 inches to form a curl/wave). Just because most men cut their hair short does not mean I cannot grow mine a little longer. Though it seems to puff up more than just go straight down.