Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Yarrr!!

Beginning progress shots for my final painting for the Clothed Figure drawing studio. It's on 24x30" watercolor paper. Gonna try gouache, but might have to resort to acrylic, which is more plentiful and less expensive. Please excuse the atrocious picture quality.





This was taken at an angle, so his head/body is much larger here than in the actual drawing




And here's the (mostly) finished painting from before. Ended up throwing a little Medusa in there at the end.

32 Comments:

Blogger Adam Osgood said...

I'm excited to see how you finish this new one... the drawing is AMAZING so far. Almost sad to have to paint over it!

1:02 PM  
Blogger Anand said...

WOW really nice stuff,Rosie...!!!Looking forward to seeing the new boards for your Anthem story...

8:39 PM  
Blogger Gue said...

Wow, really, really solid drawing!!! Ha, i was able to see the original of that oil painting you did last week with Chuck at the powell office.

2:32 AM  
Blogger i griega said...

ROSIE! It's been some time since I've been to your blog. Sheesh you blow me away with your skills.

*(Shaking fists like the cranky old lady I am)*
"Damn you young people and your young visions and fresh talents. Bah!"

Love it (^_^) I'll pass the torch to you any day.

3:32 PM  
Blogger Alex said...

Hi Rosie.Thanks for the comment.
I really love your amazing drawings!
Bye.

6:21 AM  
Blogger manlio vetri said...

woooooooo rosie that's absolutely amazing...great sketches digital oil pencils whatever...i love that!!!
the wip sequence is astonishing...do u usually switch from traditional to digital in your drawing sessions?

11:45 AM  
Blogger Eric Orchard said...

Great stuff!

12:40 PM  
Anonymous jshu said...

Brilliant work Rosie! You're flourishing!

10:23 AM  
Anonymous Anthony said...

there is no reason for that pirate to look so weary

11:40 PM  
Anonymous anthony said...

okay nm there could be a slew of legitimate reasons. nice use of texture and value on that painting! hellza classy.

11:42 PM  
Blogger Toyebot said...

Stumbled upon your work. Wonderful! cheers

1:41 AM  
Blogger lyz said...

Hey Rosie! I stumbled across your blog from other friends' blogs...Great stuff. Your work in storyboarding class was always inspirational. Hope to see you again sometime!

9:45 AM  
Blogger Rosie said...

Wowee! Thank you so much guys! I really appreciate all your comments! I kinda wish I didn't paint that drawing of the pirate though... kiiiinda ruined it! Oh well, next time! :P

Adam >> hehe, I shoulda listened to ya before taking the brush to it! Took forever to draw. :P

Anand >> Thanks a lot! It's on hiatus a little now that some other boarding projects popped up. Soon, soon...

Gue >> Thank you -very- much! I saw some of your in-class drawings at the Spring Show (I helped the Illustration dept. set up a little). VERY very beautiful, and inspirational for me. :)

Yvie >> lol! aw girl don't underestimate your own awesomeness. I can't wait to see how your camera work & editing's gonna turn out for the short film!

Alex >> likewise! Can't wait to see more stuff on your blog!

Manlio >> Thank you so much! Man your stuff rocks! Your control of tablet blows me away, like the line quality and variation! I never really tried this switching from traditional to digital before, first time for a painting.

Eric Orchard >> Thank you very much! Your work is amazing and inspirational, love the style, textures and shapes! I'm gonna keep a very close eye on your work.

Jaaaay >> Omg thank you! It's good to hear from you!

Toyebot >> Thanks so much! Your stuff is really cool, really fun!

Lyz >> Hey! Thanks so much for commenting! I loved your story in class! Where's your blog? :P

4:36 PM  
Blogger carguin said...

Hey Rosie! This is Carmen. We met at Red Giant. Just found your work through friends... and I must say... GEEEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZ these are AMAZING!!! You're masterful! Now I love your work too! Are you going to be working there or no? (I overheard that you may not?) I hope you do!!

1:43 PM  
Blogger C.B. Canga said...

great job rosie! you got mad skilzzz

10:58 AM  
Blogger Scotland Barnes said...

DAMN IT!

9:45 PM  
Blogger Ed Ko said...

ah i like the feel around the face on that oil piece, uber sweet. oh and hi rosie this is Ed.

10:04 PM  
Blogger rthompson said...

Great stuff Rosie! Its been a while since Ive seen your work, everything is looking awesome! You might want to consider going digital though, this whole painting and drawing thing is a dead art form. Oh Snap! just kidding, keep up the awesomeness!
-r

11:46 AM  
Blogger lyz said...

Hey Rosie! My blogs at http://lyzartsstudio.wordpress.com/

Nothing new on there, though. And my portfolio website definitely has ooolllddd stuff.

Rock on!

10:00 PM  
Blogger Pinflux said...

Wow! I just stumbled across your blog (linked by this nice man http://john-nevarez.blogspot.com/) and your work is incredible! I'm especially loving these paintings, and I can't wait to see your latest one finished! Seeyou around :)

J

11:30 PM  
Blogger Javi GarcĂ­a said...

Amazing stuff here!! Yarrr!!

10:22 AM  
Blogger Jason Seiler said...

Great work!!!

11:36 AM  
Blogger C.B. Canga said...

awesome artist and model. you rock kung-fu gall:)

8:22 PM  
Anonymous guece said...

There is so much beauty to your artwork, well structured and yet stroked to soften. I will definitely keep up with ur blog.

2:20 PM  
Blogger Francis Vallejo said...

great work, hope to see the final painting!

3:01 PM  
Blogger The Ivanator said...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=UXuDfMXRd9A

11:49 AM  
Blogger Tooninator said...

You're something amazing!!

8:16 AM  
Blogger Quincy Boyd said...

Hey, great work! I've been drawing you in class all this time and never knew you were a student! I love your paintings.

1:14 AM  
Blogger abey said...

yeah im waiting too for final painting or other new paintings!! great to see your works

2:59 AM  
OpenID kinkyaziankitty said...

Hello there! I came across your great artwork and was hoping to ask you something.

You showed the process you took for the oil painting, but you go to digital after working with oil? So did you somehow print your digital work back onto a canvas sheet so you can resume painting on it or...? Sorry, I get confused easily. :\ Thank you!

10:19 PM  
Blogger Priyanshu Uniyal said...

Awesome!!! Great Artwork!

11:23 PM  
Blogger Jelter said...

hey you have awesome stuff on here, post more!

10:24 PM  

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