Work and borings!

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

An illustration done for the non logged in page of Gaia Online (my current employerrrrr). A style I'm not really used to doing, so I had to channel my inner Ethe XD! Was quite fun, though there are definitely some gigantic issues with perspective here LOL. By the time I noticed it was...too late :/.

Still life D:. I rarely ever do this. I should do it more. More. More. More. A majority of my art is "instinctual" which probably makes me much slower than I could be, and more prone to having to fix junk later in the process. Personally I think finding a balance between instinct and technical understanding is best :D


9 comments:

lunaishtar said...

Great art. As an art student I find myself with very similar problems to yours, I think the lack of proper study of still life, perspective, and all those basics are the main problem here in Brazil, so I find myself kind of lost and having to catch that up all by myself. Despite of that you seem to be doing very well with your studies, great job! ^^

Rene said...

Jeebus. I thought that was a photo!

Laine said...

The teacup study is awesome; I need to do more still life too >o<

Mike McCain said...

Boo!! Haha, I found your blog on accident while googling for reference. In fact, I went through quite the stupidly slow mental sequence of "huh, that's cool. That looks kinda familiar. I wonder who this Jen person is. huh, I know someone named Jen. Huh. OHHHH."

*hides in cave*

Mike

Mike McCain said...

And - yeah I need to do more of that too, I went figure drawing this weekend and saw just how out of practice I am : /


The perspective in that makes it better imo.

Anonymous said...

Always loved your artwork but admit it, that cup piece is a photo!!

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