So, last Wednesday, I was just sketching and seeing how much I could do.
I am well reminded that the time and patience is necessary to provide a good work. Also, I am guilty for now. However, immense detail wasn’t the goal as it was quick sketches and the use of mostly a mechanical pencil. I was a little surprised at the differences that each drawing attempt made. Or rather, I was surprised at the occasional improvements. I would say, “That looked better than before”.
More sketches from my 9 x 6 (24.cm x 15cm). Once again, it’s Gau from SHADOW SKILL as I practice his look. The upper right looks a bit like how Okada Megumu(creator of SS) draws him, and the others makes him look more like a typical main character from a Japanese animation. It’s hard for me to put him down. between the animation product and the comic product, he looks different.
However he turns out, I’d like for Gau to look dynamic during his battle pose. A bit concerned with his hair.
Various sketches from my 9 x 6 (24.cm x 15cm) and from different days, including today. I have a goal to make a good Gau Ban drawing in a fighting pose. Well, if I want to do a comic, I’ll have to work on poses in general.
It makes me a little frustrated to do studies. How much more will it take until it’s perfected? Until I get the right body language?
3.) Was trying to imagine myself as a Fire Emblem character in basic armor but it didn’t work out?
Definitely clearing up and is quite cute. Gakuto, explained from older entries, is a character from an original NARUTO net story called “OH-TEN” (皇天). I’ve sketched him various times and made his hair complex as I look for a style similar to illustrations from the “LEVEL-5” studio. A friendly youth.
Still unsure about eyes. The symmetry and where it should curve is quite important; so is giving the impression of a child.