Thursday, November 11, 2010

~ Mega Dump... ~

..Or post, as is more polite. Some profile pages drawn in Cintiq, sans rambling story text. I like how these turned out.

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And some WWII sketches from... eons (months) ago.

[First pic deleted, as per the rule of not posting shyte drawings.]

Colors turned out ok on this one.

This one... I really tried to make the lighting as balanced as possible. Considering the number of light sources, and forcing the balance so that the eye's directed where I wanted it to go... Eh, needs work. Fire's a pain to render in daytime settings.

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Some Boyar Bots. Da, Cintiq:
And our favorite heroin having LOTR dreams involving said bots. Must be the drinking milk after midnight.

8 comments:

Sauro Quaglia said...

your style research makes your work more and more fascinating. Signs, colors and narrative choices suggest, in addition to the skill, a great cultural background. As always a pleasure to visit your blog.

Khylov said...

Best comment award: Sir Quaglia.

I don't know what the prize is other than a much hardy "Thank you, sir"; is much appreciated. I'm just glad I seem to be getting some results from the Cintiq after having to draw on it for several months.

ManuPela said...

Great job as usual!
Beautifull colors and pencils! :))

Khylov said...

Thank you, thank you. Ahhh, but I fooled the eye of Miss Colerase. These are all Cintiq, both lines and color.

I still need to find a system of drawing where I can get cleaner lines, like when I digitally draw over scanned images, but with the entire undersketch and finished line being all Cintiq. That and being more comfortable drawing the human form in a medium that's akin to drawing on a slab of ice. Is frustrating.

Mauricio said...

Hey, Kyle. I'm always admiring the flow in your drawings every time I see them. Very inspiring!

Khylov said...

Thanks much, sir. This was a good thing to read after the holidays. Is much appreciated.

ARI said...

I love your style is very dinamic and expresive

Khylov said...

Thanks much; glad you stopped by.