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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Alex Burrows: Completed

I have now finished my Alex Burrows drawing. It may look almost no different, but I did change quite a few things.
First, I made his hair more detailed and added more darks to it. I 'sharpened' up his hear, making the lines more clear; also darkening it. I added more darks to the entire face, as well as fixing the middle of his jaw and his cheek bone.
Strangely enough I noticed that French-Canadian people have the most awesome eyelashes. I love it.
I have also come to enjoy drawing ears. Weirdly enough, they are so much fun to do! I used to put hardly any time into them, but that's different now :)

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Friday, June 17, 2011

Alex Burrows, My Birthday Drawing

Unfinished drawing of Alex Burrows, Number 14 for the Vancouver Canucks

Yes, Elves, Dwarves, Other people and Ninja. Today is my birthday and I can tell you that I am in-between the ages of 1 and 100.

I started this drawing yesterday at 10:30-ish pm and still haven't finished it. I still need to add dark's to his face and touch up his hair, but I was too excited to postpone the posting of it.

For this drawing I used the same method as the Henrik Sedin drawing. This is my favorite picture of Burrows and I felt it would be fun if I could do it on my birthday, and so I have. Or will be. Once I get it 'completed', so I will update the drawing once I have finished the low-lights.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Henrik Sedin

Henrik Sedin
The captain of the Vancouver Canucks.
This took me 3 hours to do, 10pm to 1am. The reason it took me so long is because I tried a different way of drawing.
Instead of my usual look-at-the-drawing-than-look-down-at-the-paper-and-sketch-than-look-back-up-etc until it is completed, I drew his nose down, held the paper up to the picture, see what is wrong, than change it (not tracing, but free hand) until it looks just like the picture. Than when it is completed THAN I filled it in.
It was amazing to see how much I would have messed the drawing up if I had just drawn the picture out. His nose would have been angled in more, his forehead would have had a quarter less the size, this chin would have been way smaller and his ear would have made it in this drawing when it shouldn't be.

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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Arabian Head -w- Speed Drawing

This drawing I did quite a while ago but wanted to wait to post it so I would have the speed drawing to go along with it. Well, the speed drawing kicked up a fuss when I tried to save it. It first wouldn't save with any music. I left it there for a month. Than I couldn't upload it to YouTube because it was late (11:00 pm). NOW it is uploaded and ready to be viewed. It is a really simple drawing, my worst one of the 4 that I have done for Speed Drawings.

If you want to make the quality better than click play. Click play again to stop it. In the bottom right hand corner you will see 360p. Scroll you're mouse over that and click on the 720p.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Kevin Bieksa

My first hockey drawing in a looooooong time. This is Kevin Bieksa (Be-x-ah) of the Vancouver Canucks. My favorite part of the drawing is the little corner of the jersey where you an see the little holes in the fabric. Well that and his ear. Ears have always been a 'simple' thing for me but now I found out why they were so simple. It's because I never put any time into them. Now I am having to put more time into the overall drawing. I think that this one took me over 4 hours to do.
I'm doing Vancouver players because they are in the Stanley Cup Finals. If they win I will be able to sell them.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Bird's Eye

I did a drawing of a birds eye. I'm not quite sure how much time it took for me to do it, but it was probably over 2 hours.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Smiling Puppy

Definitely the best dog I have done to date. It took me about 4 hours to complete him. I really like the angle of the picture, and how the different textures work together to create a whole picture.

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