Tuesday, July 27, 2010
I don't remember if this is already up, anyway, this is a self portrait I did in charcoal. I missed doing fine art related projects in contrast to animating so took a few hours out of my Saturday and just when to town. I missed playing with such a messy medium.
This piece represents coming from the darkness into the light
A rose that I bought for myself. When it began to wilt, I felt it reflected how I was feeling at the time and wanted to capture it before it was gone forever
A drawing that originally was a concept in my mind, a moment I wanted to capture. I used myself as inspiration and as a result turned to this angled self portrait
A portrait of my friend. I'm actually happy with the way it came out.
My main focus was to capture his eyes. In previous drawings of him I had been afraid to even attempt to draw his eyes in fear that I would fail to capture the beauty I see and how they reflect the depth of his soul. His eyes to me are adorable yet deep and penetrating.
A practice of intimate poses and couplish activity
This was drawn as a memory of fun times I had with my friend before things became slightly complicated. But I know these times will return. We have such good chemistry and a natural draw to each other, it would just feel weird and awkward if it was to stay the way things are now. Once things lighten up so will we, besides to this very day we have moments anyway, just a fraction of what could be and will be.And people wonder why I nicknamed him Monkey ^.^ He's so silly <3>
I call this the apology.
I hope it speaks for itself.
This was an attempt for me to draw in a different style and expand my abilities. It came strictly from my head and I'm rather proud of him. Though he comes off kinda sad, I don't mind him at all, simple and kinda cute I think
This is a sketch of me and a few of my friends about to eat dinner. The strange thing that is hovering over the girls shoulder is actually the concept I made for my moon sign: Virgo, but I call her Moony.
Originally this was a drawing simply to implicate Moony in some kind of scenario, then it just turned into this. I had lots of fun playing around with expressions I felt best suited each person. A bunch of goofballs the lot of 'em
Concepts for Harmony
This sketch plays more on my characters water attributes over her air and earth
These three drawings are my early concepts for my character Harmony. The inspiration game from my astrological chart in dealing with the zodiac. Being that she does constantly change, I feel all of these apply, but I am well pleased with the concept I came up with over all as her main look, which you will see in latter images in this post. Either way, I'm sure these looks will play their roles somehow, depending on what situations I put her in and how I'm feeling.
This was a representation of a struggle I had with a friend at one point. He had cared for me deeply but was to controlling and protective. I needed my freedom to express and think as I do and discover who I was, a journey I had to take alone.
As a result he was hurting me and so was I to him and my other friend whom he's dating. I hope to reestablish the friendship we had with them and in time I'm sure we will
This is one of the first interactive drawings I drew of Harmony and Scorpitarius together, I drew this in pen while in the car. I wanted to capture her playful nature and how she can sometimes surprise him, even if it's not intentional
Drawn in a different style than usually, I wanted this drawing to play upon their differences and capture the nature of their relationship. How in his natural environment she does not function at her best, but she still tries. He finds it amusing and cute but of course he will laugh at her instead of helping her, I mean how much fun would that be otherwise
These two drawings I wanted to show a more intimate nature between them. I think the beautiful thing is how with the top picture shows him in a more "in control" position and role while on the bottom, he comes off more tender and under her power. I think this captures the a core essence of their relationship, how their roles are constantly interchanging and they have no problem with it
The final concept sketch for another zodiac inspired character. I call him, Scorpitarius, he's the cusp of the Scorpio and Sagittarius. His main and tail are made of fire and the armor represents the Scorpio, the armor tail is retractable and recedes into the armor connected to his back. His hooves are embedded in the Scorpio leg armor to grant him greater speed and grace on almost all terrains, so he won't just run quick in dirt but also in sand, with out being hindered
These two drawings were meant as an exorcise with the anatomy in different posses and playing upon the grace of flight and wings
A drawing meant to express my internal struggle, fighting off the sinking feeling from the clingy gunk of depression, trying not to give up even though it's so hard
This is the original drawing to a self-portrait that latter turned into an oil painting. It was meant to express how lost I was, I felt that I couldn't see, yet there was a light in my eyes, a light that aimed towards God, for I was meant to trust and look to him.
The painted version can be seen in an earlier post
These two sketches were meant to express how technology makes me feel sometimes
Winds of Change and Destruction. An abstract sketch meant to quickly get down how I was feeling with out literal imagery
Posted by Elena Corsair at 11:30 PM