I think it has been an aeon and a half since I spent some time with my TB7300 to do some sketching. It just laziness I presume, or just procrastination on my part. I have so many ideas and sketches that I’ve thought of, but never went through even the initial pencil stage. This time around though, I thought that I would do it from start to finish in one session itself. Took me 3+ hours, just because I kept on losing concentration. Nevertheless, the final result is here.
This is a sketch of Uchiha Sasuke from the Naruto era (pre-Shippudden). Back in those days when he was just getting used to Orochimaru’s curse.
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This was the first time that I used Photoshop CS5 instead of my old and friendly GIMP. If you are interested, please check out my previous sketches at this tag
Looks quite simplistic.Just the eyes and the lips on a white background. But IMHO, it captures the essence of the Joker. I love the menace in his eyes, and the mean smile on his lips. Somehow the dripping effect on his make-up makes it all the more evil. Hope you guys like it.
UPDATE: I know the date on the sketch is wrong. And I can edit, but frankly, I just ain’t bothered
If you are curious about which software I used, FYI, I used GIMP 2.4.5 which perfectly syncs with my Trust TB-7300 Widescreen Tablet. So what do you think about the sketch? Shout out your comments below.
This is basically a mashup of the two styles that Graphic Artist and Legend – Frank Miller is known for. I have taken the Sin City Element and fused it into 300’s King Leonidas. Hope you guys like it.
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Just another one of my sketches that I did today on my tablet. I started sketching it in white on black background, and then I realised, why not paint it red. The sketch has some final touches needed to be done before it can be called complete, but I just got bored of it. But hey, this is my first attempt at colouring. Can’t say if you’ll see more colours in the future. Here’s the pic anyway.
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After the break, the version before I painted it red.
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