Post-Christmas post. Illustration drawn for my company. Have a happy time ppl!
Saturday, November 16, 2013
Lately, I started posting my stuff to great facebook community/group "Daily Spitpaint"(https://www.facebook.com/groups/1402563099961950/). The idea is to create something on set topic and to do it in only 30 minutes, that's a challenge! Some of these pics were done in half an hour, other were more finished after:
"Sick Creature" (0,5 h)
"Giant Stairs" (0,5 h)
"Defense Turrets" (0,5 h)
"Living Doll" (1,5 h)
"The Homeless Man and His Friend" (1,5 h)
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Again, 2 more sketches. Tiger is inspired perhaps by Ryan Lang (it was long time ago and I can't remember). Boy is drawn from reference - http://www.humansofnewyork.com/. I took this great repository address from my buddy Michal Dziekan - he did his version of the same character. You're free to find it somewhere over internet :)
Monday, February 25, 2013
Last week quickies. Although I'm very busy at work, I try to draw even a simple sketch per day. My favorite artist for recent week was Robert Valley. I'm very very inspired by his ability to create funny proportions. His characters are stylish, dynamic, yet with soul. This guy has created all the characters for animated Tron: Uprising. Go check his blog and I urge you to see the Tron series aswell!
Friday, February 8, 2013
Another one, this time more cartoonish. It's nice to draw _anything_ on the end of the day, night gets better :). I try to draw even if I feel it gets ugly as hell (most of the times:)). After all it's not about beautiful lines. Someone said there's few thousands bad drawings and you have to draw them before you'll get to those nice ones :)
Monday, January 28, 2013
Fast one. I'm still in love with Egon Schiele drawings. I found some similarities in lines of Kent Williams and Justin Sweet. There are of course more artists of this kind, but I suppose Schiele was first ;) If you're interested - I recommend great book on Him, "Egon Schiele, Drawings&Watercolours" by Jane Kallir. It has over 300 illustrations. One of my all time favs.