These sketches were done in the blue sketch book during 2015. Although some of them were revisited for inking with a Sumi-E pen. a lot of these were sketches out in 2016 this is still what we consider the 2015 book.
Here you will find a lot of random sketches 2015 and some 2014. Overall a somewhat productive year dealing with foreshortening sketches and playing with perspective a little. Overall, many of the sketches were drawn on the fly at various cafe’s that I take lunch breaks at from work.
Currently, I just have a reference sheet done of my new badger character. clothing and more detail will come eventually.This is something I was working with and decided that perhaps a badger would be a better species set for me. Who knows. The model sheet with done entirely in photoshop using a %10 pressure soft-pen to emulate pencil and finally using the smart-brush for inking via mouse. this took a good day to complete. Not one of the fastest for a badger, but it’s something i wanted to be accurate one. It’s also the icon I use on FurAffinity whenever I still go on there.
Here you will find sketches of my mixed book of 2008. There isn’t a whole lot I did in 2008 but I shall post it anyway for historical purposes. A lot of pencil work with the occasional Sumi-E ink drawings in here as well. This is one of the few times I actually sat down and started to draw more humans as I felt it is something that I should get better at doing. For what it’s worth I posted it for all to see.
Here you will find the archive for what is known as the ‘green book’. There is no significance about a green sketchbook except for the fact that it was on sale at the time I purchased it. No matter, here is where you will find a lot of the sketches from the late 2000 era.
A lot of this was made when I was going to M.A.T.C. for a while and I had some classes in between and there was a 1 hour delay between classes. so one hour a day for a year, and I filled an entire sketch book. A lot of the sketches are just random thoughts and projections getting used to inking and all of that fun stuff. This is part 1 of 2 of the green book series and if you would like to go to the next section you may click here.
What started out as just a simple sketch evolved into completed pictures and 3-d artwork of a character I dubbed “Flay” the Hyena. I was toying with the concept of cel-shading and seeing if i can do shading using only material properties and no special texture UV maps. See the results for yourself. Nearing the end my 3-d program lightwave was making decent hand-colored pictures.