Daily Sketchbook: Character doodle for Comic

sketchbook: Lance, 2015, Watercolour pencil and ink
sketchbook: Lance, 2015, Watercolour pencil and ink
sketchbook: Dr.Dresser, 2015 Watercolour pencil and ink
sketchbook: Dr.Dresser, 2015
Watercolour pencil and ink

Character sketches

Yesterday I went to my local library to relax and do doodle drawings on my hand made  A4 Sketchbook. I was doodling characters for my new comic I am recently working on. I used my Watercolour pencil’s to sketch the character. Also the Watercolour pencils can blended with touch of water. The medium is close to a watercolour paint effect which great for adding tone or washes. It is very good medium for me to quickly use without the fuss with using watercolour paint all the time. The comic is primarily drawn with inks and watercolour. I almost complete 4 pages but I am still experimenting the visual style with ink and watercolour on this new comic.

Comic: A Typical Friday Morning

Friday-comic, 2015
Friday-comic, 2015

Comic: A Typical Friday Morning

A comic of my daily life, I was planning on drawing something. last friday was windy and caught my attention. It had an inspiration to turn this moment into a comic. I still practicing making comics, it is easy to create comics in digital software such as Photoshop.

I may consider using watercolour to create a comic instead of using photoshop. I think it will make a difference in my comic art work and make it more original.

90% of my artwork is hand drawn and only 10% is digitally for the final touches. When I was younger, studying in school, I use to rely on digital software for creating cool artwork but I found brush ink drawing and water colour is becoming my prefer materials. I decided to focus mastering water-colour and ink as my primary mediums. Hopefully to create unique visual illustrations.