Copics! They are magical. Also, I've been drawing/ painting fish alot recently.
This is my first time playing with copics, decent enough. I wanted to play with them before I did any serious work with them. Fun times, four colors.
These few are from a week or so ago, watercolors. Done from life, Frank (orange) and Ollie( black...purple...)
More model sheets-- La Loba updated. I wanted to make her more corpulant...so I did! Her eyes are still going to remain closed most of the time...but its surprisingly difficult to make a face feel stretched and still have its eyes closed.
Okay. This open source drawing tool is AWESOME. I have quickly fallen in love with this thing, because it offers -no- ability to "fix" your mistakes. It's helped me to forget line and what I think I see, but instead focus on form and volume, which is something I'm striving for in my own work. The limitations are apparent off the bat, so have
Granted, it's also easy to see its failing points too. It's very addictive, and I guess some could call it an "assist" in drawing, filling in shade easily if you know how to use it. But- a tool is a tool. I'm liking the trickiness and immediacy of the "line"/"form" I'm creating, there is no room for second guessing.
I dunno-- It's less of an assist for me and more of a "Let's try this with a pencil that has a mind of its own!" Anyway, too much of a rant and rave. Here are some drawings I did using the tool, in ascending order from first to last.
I'm takin this bitch for a test drive in life drawing for a week.