created Re: SketchBook: killingpeopleon 03-18-2008 03:59 AM
It's interesting to see these less polished sketches of yours. I love how you seem to really just doodle and see what comes out of it, rather than trashing something because it's not going where you want. I really love the feeling of the first feeling, it really gives the impression of being painted with thick globs of paint
created Re: SketchBook: killingpeopleon 03-18-2008 07:46 AM
thanks for the comments guys.
ferg: the first one was about two hours of dicking about, getting back into the flow of things as i set up my shit. i thought it might be fun to recycle the most current version of the image and branch the sketch off somewhere new each time. the second's base was the first flipped horizontally. the second, rotated for the third - watch the background to see how they've been spun. the color pallet is pretty boring at this point so i'll be introducing more color to it. the last two were during quick lunch break like sessions - so about an hour.
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created Re: SketchBook: killingpeopleon 03-19-2008 03:44 PM
I really dig that workflow, I'll have to try it when I start sketching in ps again. Good way to speed up the sketch process, gives these pieces a shared mood/vibe, but doesn't really restrict you much.