I haven't posted in a while, but that doesn't mean that I haven't been drawing.
I've been working on my portfolio (too slowly), and on boards and development for a short film that I'm making with some friends/fellow students.
I guess I've just been lazy to update, or that my goals on what to post have changed (like, I haven't posted my cafe sketches and whatnot as of late, and I've been trying to just post personal work stuff).
Well here's stuff that I did today for Don Lagerberg's Heads and Hands class.
He didn't really instruct us how to draw today.
He mainly just told us to use our own memory and current drawing skills, so that he could observe where we're all at.
I'd like to get consistent at drawing my own characters. I guess I'm always tweaking the design along the way. The first ones I did were in the middle, then I loosened up a bit and the drawings turned out a bit more appealing at least. Oh yeah, we were supposed to draw caveman, evolved future human, and child heads in there, so if you see any that look like that, then yeah.
The above images were all from memory (or be lightly referencing my own hand). Don wanted us to draw a hand for a laborer, an elderly woman, an infant, a female violinist, and a creature.
These are from having classmates pose for us.