Friday, October 24, 2014
Why should my truth be any less than yours?
A thought that has been pondering me for quite a while now. What I see is true will never be what others see and vice versa. I don't want to push my ideals into others for the very same reason I don't want others to shove their ideals into me. I know I am still dumb, still searching, still trying to figure out where I fit and who I am, but aren't we all searching? This idea is really cliche to be honest, but it is what it is. Open mindedness has always been my best feature as a human being, this being true has placed me in a really awkward position especially since I am in a country that has yet seen the light of the modern day 21st century life. I approve of all forms of love to be honest but I keep this to myself out of fear, judgement from others especially with some of my friends. Sometimes I, even as an open minded person, am still very much conflicted, my catholic upbringing binds me to the truth that I have ones believed in making me question the ideals that I follow now. Comparing my reasons, I will put this aside for now and hopefully soon I'll get my answers...
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Still need to work on my characters and coloring technique. I'm still studying the easiest way in creating a story and how to create my own graphic novel. Need to study more books on human and animal anatomy, a bit of architectural and landscape drawings in also needed...
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
The last two drawings are more of a conceptualized idea while I'm still practicing drawing hands and muscles. Still have a lot to learn and study but it always helps to keep track of it once in a while.
Friday, August 29, 2014
This last drawing was just a Japanese inspired village done for a friend of mine for her personal project.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
The Human body has fascinated me before but it was only when I was in my 2nd year of college did I finally realize that I wanted to study it further and from that I've started to draw the human anatomy, at first it was really difficult because I'm used to drawing anime and cartoons so realism wasn't really my strong point in fact it was my weakest....
due to increasing my fascination I've decided to study one of the weakest and my most difficult to learn, drawing hands, to most artist the human hands is the one if not the most difficult to do mostly because it is used in so many ways also like the human face it shows emotion and expressions making it the more crucial to do properly if one wants their art to be understood by their viewers.
From drawing hands I've moved on to drawing the human skeletal system to have an even differ understanding of the human anatomy, I've burrowed my older brothers medical books, he is a licensed nurse if you should know, and from that I've checked and tried to memorize all of the names of the bones found in the human body and frankly this have proven to be one of the most grueling thing I did, it's like I'm in high-school again trying to memorize the entire table of elements all over again, I hated that with a passion mostly because of the added equation and shit ack!!. lol
So to end this I could say that trying to study the human anatomy is not only a fun thing but as an artist it's a really great asset especially if you want to be a serious and professional artist.