art profiles


More Jin Kim’s style (or kinda) practice!

I had to fight too much with this man’s face. Sweet Jesus I still don’t know if I fully understand how it works. BUT it’s very fun to draw and I’ve learnt a lot of things, such as draw: sternocleidmastoid, oris/oculi orbicularis, angry men, very angry men. Did I mention how proud I am of the necks? 

I’d totally love to work on Eponine and Gavroche expressions but sadly, I have to keep working on the portfolio so they will have to wait *cries a river*


Our teacher suggested us to practice different styles for our portfolio soo… I tried Jin Kim’s style and failed miserably. BUT I tried.

I had a lot of fun and I actually was dying to work on George Blagden’s expressions since I watched this scene. Concept artist problems.
Anyway! I’ll keep practicing this style.


The Antonia Thomas Study from today’s weekly stream

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The whole process uses the idea of sketching a lineart first and then painting underneath until the values feel solid enough to hide the lineart. From there you refine and detail until finished! 

I think Terminus must have been an optimist, living in that terrible place, and still believing Megatron’s words could make a change. 


Another pic for the profile series., this time Terminus, cause I’m really loving this character right now. 

I had originally intended to make Terminus as he is currently in LL, but then I realized it was the perfect opportunity to explore thoroughly what age, damage and abandonment would look like on a cybertronian. 

I felt a bit like a horrible person doing that, but, well… FOR SCIENCE!