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Comparative Study – My work

Jimmy-Coleville

I have a story in my head. It’s been there for years. I’ve kinda been waiting on my drawing ability to catch up with the story in order to put them together. Sadly I’m not there yet. This guy is my chief protagonist. No, he’s not kid Thor.┬áBut the character is all mine. His name is Jimmy Coleville. How do you think he compares with the illustrations by other artists I’ve been copying?

Y’all have fun,
Richard

War Wing

War-Wing

I’m a big fan of Jake Parker‘s style and he’s done a number of animal type characters flying planes, driving cars, sitting in giant robots etc. They’re fun. Jake is very good at using colored pencil along with pen and ink to create some fun whimsical images. I thought I would give it a try. It was fun to draw a plane that looks like a B-wing bomber form star wars with a propeller.

Y’all have fun,
Richard

Chance Falconer & Georgie

Chance-Falconer

Leave It To Chance Continue reading “Chance Falconer & Georgie”

Comparative Study – Captain Hitch

Captin-Hitch

This is just another one of those where I draw a professional illustrator’s character to get a better idea of where I need to improve. Here we have the villain, Captain Hitch. Ghost pirates can really kill a good party.

Y’all have fun,
Richard

Captain Hitch

Captin-Hitch

This is just another one of those where I draw a professional illustrator’s character to get a better idea of where I need to improve. Here we have the villain, Captain Hitch. Ghost pirates can really kill a good party.

Y’all have fun,
Richard

Greg

Frank

Comparative Practice

Red-Dragon-from-Bone

Sometimes I find it helpful to go back and draw things some of my favorite comic book illustrators have drawn and then compare my drawings to theirs. I use it as a way of improving. The next couple of drawings are all about that.

Y’all have fun,
Richard

Carolina Blue Birds

Carolina-Blue-Birds

For some reason I love Carolina Blue Birds. They remind me of my godmother. So I decided I would try to paint some in water color. I actually started this weeks ago and came back to it the other night and it just did not turn out the way I wanted. Truthfully, I was rushing it, and the thing did not come easy. In the end I had to bump the contrast in Photoshop to be able to post it. However, I learned some things so I’ve decided to keep and post it. Be on the look out for another attempt.

Y’all have fun,
Richard

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