in this post, i’ll be showing you sketches from two sketch night’s, from November and December’s Mystery Sketch Theatre, hosted at The Geek Easy in A Comic Shop. and i have to say, it was a rough couple of months. it was very humbling to see such fantastic artwork from others. it was also a pointer to me that i really need to work on female faces. well, as always, we start off with the 30 second warm ups.
next up are the one minute sketches. if i recall correctly, i’m using the Copic multiliner 0.2mm exclusively here.
i really need to find my style a bit more. i’ve been told i have very clean lines. simple artwork without too much clutter. well, i’m not sure if that’s a good thing. i think i cut myself short because i’m afraid i’ll muck things up. well, that’s the beauty of these sketch night. i go ahead and try to experiment and see what happens. here are the 5 minute sketches.
i know for the sketches in December, i wasn’t getting the female face so i decided to focus on the ink shading. i think it turned out alright. next, 10 minute sketches.
and finally, the contest sketch of the night. in November, it was to incorporate a fairy tale. in December, it was incorporate a Christmas llama. yeah, you read that right.
needless to say, i didn’t win the contest. so defeated, i left early to cry in my pillow! haha, just kidding. one last sketch from November, focusing on the shiny latex.