Saturday, 17 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #10 - Horror Demon Expanding Art

Yet another A3 sized illustration starting here in the middle with more demonic horror creatures and with this one I wanted to document the drawing process and do a drawing video which I will post when fully complete.

I'll also post updates on this piece of art too with new sections of the illustration as I go along.

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A tiny section of a large A3 sized illustration of demon horror art by Wayne Tully

Friday, 16 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #9 - Demon Heads Large Illustration

I started a large A3 size illustration of lots of Demon heads all placed together on one sheet. The idea was that they would be drawn with just a mechanical pencil with some heavy shading along the way. Still got a way to go with this illustration, but I'll get there. I need to fill up the full A3 thick card paper. I'll be selling the complete original illustration.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #8 - Vampire Demon Chained

A Vampire Demon all chained up was my thought for this quick looking sketch. Again with some previous drawings, this is a quick draft of an idea that needs to be fleshed out more perhaps?

The lines represent the chains and there is an easy way to draw chains see this drawing video - Drawing Chains

I'll update this design when I develop it some more.

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Close up look of the Vampire Demon quick sketch. I need to clarify the look of the design and straighten out some of the obvious flaws in the structure of the bones, but I'm not worrying too much about that.

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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #7 - Monster Drawing

Monster drawing in the daily sketch journal.  I was adamant that this creature would have lots of teeth. And the monster would look like some kind of Serpent rising from the water. Still needs some work on the background, maybe some more pencil cross hatching stylie.

A thought dawned on me when I am on day 7 of this Daily Sketch Journal post series. What if I work on the drawings and provide little updates as I go? That would be cool, as you'll see the development of the art like a proper ongoing art journal. Look for updates on this and all posts in the series. I plan on posting one a day in the sketch journal forever as long as I am sketching that is.

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I'll Draw A Horror Skull Black Ink Drawing On Fiverr

Over on Fiverr I have a gig running that I created in which I will draw a horror skull and it is a gig that anyone can buy the service and use the drawing I create for your business or any other purpose. Don't forget to watch the short video which shows some black and white skull art being created with final details on them.

There are some extra stuff I offer if you choose to pay more and so that means quite a few designs which will be drawn very professionally and uniquely for you. Wayne Tully is the name and look my art gig up on, my username is waynezart.

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Part of a horror skull drawing I did way back in 2014

Update 1/06/21: I've updated this post to reflect the changes that happened since the date of posting. Art on there is no longer a very low $5 (although you may find some Artists from other Countries selling their illustration services for a low price) and I've now updated my prices to match my improved artwork that I now currently create.

Here is a commission I did awhile back over there and I've since created a few more gig offers over there, the most popular one is the Drawing black album art

Fiverr art creature commission

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #6 - Mermaid Drawing

A true drawing journal is useful to try and explore art you aren't comfortable in creating as you lack the confidence to make it. Here I chose a loose mermaid sketch to try and force myself to draw more of this at a later date. I've drawn stuff like this before and Fairies, but I wasn't entirely happy with the results.

The more I draw a Mermaid though I guess the better they will look in the future. This is only the beginning! Strangely though I did enjoy this rather peaceful Mermaid drawing and wanted to continue adding stuff the background of the drawing, but didn't have the time. I'll update this post with any new Mermaid drawing developments.

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Tried to make this Mermaid look like She is speeding through the water
with her hair flowing straight back and bubbles and some movement
lines near the tail.
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The placement of her right hand was going to be holding or touching a Dolphin
but I decided to just show the Mermaid sketch for now, there may be chance to develop
 this and actually finish it.

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A lip smile on the Mermaids face makes the character seem happy
unlike the majority of my other artworks.

Monday, 12 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #5 - Frost Troll Of Skyrim

The theme is not just skulls I want to draw and focus on the daily sketch journal. And so I am working on other stuff too. This quick illustration was born out of a frustration with me drawing too many skulls at times. I've always liked to draw skulls and I suppose I use it as my pre warm up drawing exercise to try and draw a skull in more of a gesture type style of sketching. I've took a few photos of portions of the quick sketch and an additional head shot.

So the following art is trying to break free of my comfort zone and tackling other subjects that can inspire me further in my artistic journey. And so I chose to practice sketch a Frost Troll from the popular Skyrim game. Of course it is to create a future drawing video to show how to draw the Skyrim creature, but still it's enough of a break from my usual stuff I draw to get into drawing what other people might find good.

Sunday, 11 January 2015

Daily Sketch Journal #4 - Promarker Neutral Tone Art

The letraset Promarkers are professional art markers for Artists and I used the Neutral tones which are shades of grey to color in this rather old drawing I did with an ink pen last year. The Promarkers are excellent for blending various tones of color together and can be layered upon each other to create vastly different and richer tones.

The ink drawing is of a Demons head (No surprise there!) and I was happy at the end result of this quick colored piece of art. You can also look at the video I did here - Promarker Neutral Tones Art