I drew an African wild dog running for my last motion study, and so concludes my Animal and Wildlife Drawing class assignments.
I always have to be careful to not draw my dogs too smiley.
I chose a snow leopard for one of my two motion studies. In retrospect, it was not the best idea to draw one of the most efficiently camouflaged mammals from a poor quality Youtube video.
I wanted to draw her rolling around on the ground, but I reached eight poses too quickly (even while leaving out some key poses), and I don’t have time to do any extra poses.
Rest assured, it’s absolutely adorable to watch.
My second attempt, which I like much more. Her feet might be a bit small, but I can change that in photoshop.
Also, her head is still too big. This is my curse.
A preliminary sketch for a digital painting I plan to do for class. The assignment was to make the Statue of Liberty look like it was drawn in Haddon Sunblom’s style.
I got a quick critique from my teacher, who suggested I push the contrapposto and make her face more realistic. I have a tendency to do that to faces, and to make them too big.
I removed the link to my personal tumblr to keep this tumblr professional, so if you would like to follow my other account, just send me a message. It’s really just a bunch of reblogs and feelings over there though.
The DASH journal is all printed up, and the t-shirts will be printed this weekend! My title sounds so fancy.