Tuesday, October 26, 2010
This took about 45 minutes to do, plus 15 minutes cleaning it up in Photoshop... no, wait... Adobe(R) Photoshop[tm]. (The Photoshop people are just anal about that.)
Anyway, this is Stacy Rowe, one of the members of the Fashion Club, and a fan favorite. Her costume this year is that of a sexy, wicked witch. Ironic? YOU BET!
The other two FC members that aren't Tiffany are doing a bit of gum-beating about it.
Fashion Club (minus Tiffany) from Daria (C) MTV
Drawing (C) J. Ayers
This took a while to do... two to three hours from start to finish. Um... this is Bee, and she's in a pose... and almost everything seems to be in place. One thing was late to the party (as it were)... Oh, and that thing she's sitting on? Lamest-looking bed ever. Bee, Drawing (C) J. Ayers
Ohhhh... and it seems I used the same pose I used from here. That sucks... BIG TIME!
Monday, October 25, 2010
This is what Bee calls her "publicity shot". You think someone like Bee would choose a pose more... interesting, but nooooo...
Anyway, this is the latest thing with Bee. This was part of a bigger page, but nothing else seemed to work, so...
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Here's a sketch of a character named Rose. She's a genie, and I drew her before. I rarely draw this girl, and how she came to be... I'd rather not say except she started as a photo reference somewhere. Basically, a lot of stuff happened after that... not all of it good stuff :(
I want to try something different, and the whole genie thing looks cool. There's this really neat person on DA named Sunrise-Oasis that draws this sort of stuff on a regular basis, and it's so fuckin' well-done. Here's one of their pieces:
I dream of Gennia by ~Sunrise-oasis on deviantART
There might be more genie artists on DA, but Sunrise-Oasis is one of the best... and they're the first that I watched, too. FUN FACT: I came back to DA a few months back after being banned for nearly two years. I added them to my watch LITERALLY minutes before I got banned.
That aside, they're pretty nice. A bit... eccentric, but nice. (And I mean "eccentric" in a very good way. Sometimes being that way leads to being good at what you do.
Well, that's enough textwalling for me. There'll be more later.
Here is a sketch with Bee as the Devil. What's different (aside from the errors), is that I did the line of action first, then built everything around it. It makes for easier posing.
Bee does look a little bit different, though. That's because I redesigned her a bit here and here.
As for that sketch of Bee, I'm trying to work it in color.