sketches

Talos

by Eddy on January 18, 2016

in sketches,traditional

Talos sketch 01Talos sketch 2A couple of sketches of Talos from Jason and the Argonauts (1963).
Pitt oil based pencil/white Jelly Roll pen on Earthbound recycled paper

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Rough sketches with digital colour

by Eddy on December 23, 2014

in digital,girls,sketches

girl and catRed head girlcatsbig eyed girlsgirl and rose

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Colour sketches

by Eddy on June 3, 2014

in girls,sketches,traditional

colour sketch-gogo-girlcolour sketch-savage sisterscolour sketch-girl astride dinocolour sketch-members onlyA few pages from my sketchbook.
Medium: Watercolour/Prismacolor pencils/PITT Artist pen/Molotow pen

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oddballsoddballs
A few oddball characters drawn on cardboard.
PITT pens/Prismacolor pencils/white Molotow pen.

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Tiki Rose

by Eddy on January 1, 2014

in girls,sketches,Uncategorized

Tiki Rose sketch 01Tiki Rose sketch 02Tiki Rose 01Tiki Rose 02

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Greydon Clark cover 06Greydon Clark cover 05

Greydon Clark cover 04  Greydon Clark cover 03
Greydon Clark cover 02  Greydon Clark cover 01

A few months ago I worked on the cover for Greydon Clark’s autobiography “On The Cheap – My Life In Low Budget Filmmaking”. Here’s some rough preliminary sketches and the final piece created in Photoshop. Greydon’s book is currently available on his website http://greydonclark.com/autobiography.php

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Pencil sketches

by Eddy on October 11, 2013

in character design,girls,sketches

Retro girls pencil sketch 01Retro girls pencil sketch 02Retro girls pencil sketch 03Retro girls pencil sketch 04

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Blood RedAngelCrescent moon earringsGirl in Dirndl dressLeopard Print Angelspacemen

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Glamour girls

by Eddy on April 27, 2013

in girls,sketches,traditional

Girls watercolour and pencilEarth girlTokyo JoeGlamour queensBollywood girlsWatercolour girlsDino girl

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Drawing with fountain pens

by Eddy on February 17, 2013

in girls,sketches,traditional

Hero M86 fountain pensketch with Hero M86 fountain penDrawing Lamy Safari fountain penDrawing Lamy Safari fountain penDrawing Lamy Safari fountain penI have been trying out two fountain pens I brought recently, the Chinese Hero M86 ($12) and German Lamy Safari ($20). The nib on the Hero is slightly upturned and depending how you hold it gives a lovely varied line width. The more perpendicular the pen is to the paper the thinner the line. There’s no line variation with the Safari but it flows beautifully and feels similar to the Rotring Art Pen.

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