The last in my ten part quick sketch series. This time I demonstrate using a photographic reference as a source for this exercise. For people who get their inspiration from the world around them.
Quick sketch drawn directly with marker pen in 18 minutes of a Mech(anical) Warrior. Footage is sped up 6 times.
Episode 8 of my quick sketch series. This time I draw a racing car of the mid to late nineteen seventies, V8 super car style. Drawn entirely in marker pen in about 13 minutes. Footage is sped up 6 times.
Something you haven't seen before is how I use the computer to modify and correct hand drawn sketches rather than constantly redrawing. Mashed in with work in progress shots of a horse painting I recently completed
Something a little different, drawing this episodes quick sketch on my new Wacom Tablet. This video is not sponsored by Wacom I just thought this would be an interesting challenge.
Watch as TET draws a truck from memory using only a thick and thin marker and no prior pencil lines or sketching. Drawn in just under 15 minutes. Film is sped up 6 times.
This sketch of a fashion model was completed with marker in about 13 minutes with no prior sketching or pencil lines. The footage is sped up about 6 times
In this episode I started out planning to draw a Pegasus but then changed my mind to a Unicorn.
Dragon's head quick sketch drawn in about 7 minutes with marker pen on canvas paper. Footage is sped up 6 times.
The first in a new series of quick sketches where I try to draw something off the top of my head in under 15 minutes (approx). This Bounty Hunter took 10 minutes. The footage is sped up about 6 times.