Sooo, my huge-ass trip is coming soon, and I am too nervous and too busy to do some serious drawing, I guess. I started working on Greebo from Terry Pratchett's books (human form), I hope I'll manage to finish him before I leave, even though I'm not so sure. Here's the progress so far...
Also, here's a cca 2 hour practice from today. I can't believe I had to redraw the proportions three times. I'm getting too used to Photoshop for my own comfort. I need more pencil practice, I guess...
Done for the latest Trinquette Weekly Challenge. Of course, I have no idea if it'll get accepted in the first place. I even have no idea if posting it before the challenge poster chooses which one he'll publish on his page breaks some kind of a challenge rule, but life's all about living on the edge. :P
Anyways, I have no idea if I'm happy with this or not. I'm happy with the fact that I didn't hide body parts, for once, but the feet, my god, the feet. Are. So. Awful.
Secondly, wow, I can't paint environments.
Thirdly, wow, I can't paint. The figure itself is OK-ish, I guess, but I think I messed up the reflected colors, half of the time I didn't even know what I was doing.
And I need to start using textured brushes and delete the I'll-just-click-and-have-a-perfect-ivy-over-there brush, this was crap.