Picked where I left off with memorable movie/TV characters drawn in Artflow. I present to you, MacGyver.
Singapore Polytechnic Open House 2016 ended a couple of weeks ago and it was exhausting but I still love participating in it and look forward to the next one. I also managed to do a couple of quick portrait sketches of my students during the M.A.D. Studios facility tour. Click on the image to see the bigger version. Pencil on A4 paper.
P.S: I really miss doing these 😀
I brought my family on a short trip to Genting during the December holidays and visited Colmar Tropicale at Berjaya Hills, a resort styled after a medieval French village.
Done in Artflow on my Note 4.
This week we tackled inking and cross hatching in preparation for the final DRAW assignment. As the accompanying images show, students had to rough out the subject in pencil before drawing over it with a pen. Photo was referenced here.
Decided to do another piece at Holland Village. This time I sat on the sidewalk across the street and sketched for close to 2 hours. Pen on A4 sketchbook.
Sat at the nearby food centre to sketch a section of the street. Luckily it was early enough to not be crowded. I actually didn’t realize there is a mock windmill on that roof until recently. I wonder how long it’s been up there? Anyway, I did mess up a few of the little details, but decided it doesn’t really matter in the bigger scheme of things 🙂 Pen on A4 sketchbook.
I thought the students could benefit from more practice drawing trees today so I found some pictures online of the types that can be seen around Singapore. Pencil on A3 paper.