Going to see Avatar this evening, so limited amount of time to work on this...but I fixed some major problems with his face and hand, and tightened up some of the other things...think the guitar looks more like a guitar now ;)
I'm working on a digital painting of Dante from my Creative Process final project. Just for the heck of it, I'm going to chronicle it step-by-step here as well ;) Today I created 10 very quick thumbnail sketches, chose the one I wanted to play with, and started roughing in values. Tomorrow I need to spend some time finding some references for the face, and then further tighten things down.
Here are two quick studies I did for my 33rd Century revision of Virgil and Dante from Dante's Divine Comedy. In my new version, it's based around rock music of the 20th century instead of classic poets, and it's set in a giant mega-city spire with 3 areas.
From me wasting time waiting for a doctor's appt this afternoon...wouldn't post it at all, except that I'm trying to get something up every day if I draw *anything*...which I suppose this qualifies as *something*
While I was waiting for class to start, and while I was listening to her talk about the course structure, I was doodling in my sketchbook...the girl is a girl from my class, the other two are from my imagination ;)
Working on a retelling of a classic story, "The Book of Three" by Lloyd Alexander as a means of doing some concept design practice. Here are some character thumbnails and very rough sketches, mostly of the "Taran" character.
After I hit up the VAG, I was inspired to play around a bit with some landscapes, so I did a few thumbnails before I delved into sketching people. Yesterday, I bought a Royo Sketchbook, hence the topless girl ;)
Seth Rutledge is a visual developer and concept artist for the animation and video game industries, a photographer and a coffee snob living in Vancouver, British Columbia. Before he discovered illustration, he received a CSCI/Math degree from UNC-Charlotte, and has lived and worked all over the United States and Canada. He has run marathons, taught English in Japan, been CTO for a pharma marketing company and done fashion photography in NYC. Seth has two albums he wrote and played keyboards on, and he plays the theramin whenever he gets the chance. Seth spends so much time in coffee shops drawing that he is mentioned in online reviews. He would love a career drawing elves and goblins for a living.