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Discussion in 'Fluff and Stories' started by Infinity Turtle, May 20, 2015.
Cold Ones rule!
Highlighters and sharpies... a bit of a stretch maybe
Inspired to do a fly-y thing...
(Whatever isn’t blue or green, should be pink, according to my Dad...)
Literally my reaction to this piece:
But seriously, some very nice artwork here. I especially like the Nexu from Star Wars Episode II - some much-needed Prequels content!
Flashback to a WIP from ages ago... thumbs up to you if you remember
I finally stopped procrastinating- I know, a miracle- and finished this guy. Trying a different style.
(There are some things that I really should clean up, but don’t know when I’ll next get the opportunity, so...)
It has a mouth, so... not your cutest. Also, count the digits, you heretic!
Otherwise - particularly awesome legs and feet. I will be copying
Because what else are you supposed to do when you’re listening to a lecture in school?
Haven’t done a pencil sketch of a Skink in a loooooong time... if ever... thouroughky enjoyed shading and sculpting.
I seem to have naturally reverted to my same style (though I’m not complaining), and though I could probably fix a few technical errors, I’m quite happy with the result.
That's a very human looking eye.
That's a Skink that I would try to talk to, rather than run away from. Also, the eyes are a bit larger proportionally than real world lizards. That is scientifically proven to be "cute." Our eyes never grow. Therefore babies seem to have large eyes. Since humans are genetically hardwired to find babies cute, we find large eyed creatures cute.
A google search for "lizard eyes" shows a huge variety.
Pupils that are vertical slits could make Skinks look a lot more menacing.
If you say want to be neutral and not have the eyes look friendly or menacing I would go for something like this.
So, Scalenex, would you run away from the luzards on infinity's first 5 pages? they don't have round pupils.
Isn't it fun to conform to peer pressure and fall victim to harsh criticism? *sniffle*
I did some doodling and for once actually did some scales *clap clap*
I'm hoping to digitalise the skink (as I did a while back to the turquoise and orange one) and will muck around with textures, colours, eyes, etc.
Hope you likey, @Scalenex
Well the lizards on the first page are adorable but they destroy everything around them. They feel about it, but that's little consolation to the poor mouse and poor flowers!
Those eyes look great!
I was scrolling through my emails and trying to get rid of stuff when I found a bunch of emails I've sent to myself. These tend to be full of art that i want to access on other devices and one such message was for an English speech on George Orwell's Animal Farm, (an influencial historical allegory on the Russian Revolution and Stalinist era) and decided to include a time machine...
I think it's safe to say I got the best marks in the class...
A bit of a ‘reimagine’ after 4 years
Kind of reminds of a dog making the "let's play" signal.
What time is it? Time for Infinity Turtle to be off task and doodling!
This is just a temple-y thing cause I haven't drawn any artificial/structure based pictures in any context for ages...
Probably coulda/shoulda spent a bit more time cleaning it up, but doodling is doodling. Hopefully have a bit more time for sketching now, because who really listens to their teachers at school?
The many uses for office highlighters...