Hey there, welcome back. It's been a while, I know. Sorry for being so negligent. It's just... I've been busy, you know? And things come up... but I'll try, honest- it's not that I don't have things to say, it's just... well, you know me. I'm just lazy. I'll do more, really... tomorrow.
Thanks for coming back to visit. This time around, some doodling! Heads, as it were. When I doodle, I do tend to draw heads/faces. I find them the most interesting (and often most difficult) parts of anatomy to draw. So much expression, so much detail- it's the part of the anatomy we see most often of others (not counting fingers while driving). I like goofing around, coming up with different exaggerated looks for people; many times, I'll draw an entire person in the style derived from the way I drew the head (not easy, let me tell you- I've examples of that gone horribly awry, as well).
This started out with ol' Sherlock there- definitely in keeping with the way I normally draw- though perhaps a bit exaggerated (and clearly not Downey, Jr.-inspired). While thinking what to doodle next, the image of the super-angular Batman popped up fully-formed; so it had to go onto the page. Seeing that, I really dug how it turned out. Simple, distinctive- very atypical of my style. After that, I went with Hellboy and Starman, before turning towards Marvel's Thor (who now looks just like the dad from 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs', with hair), then tried my hand at what I think is J'onn J'onzz, Martian Manhunter, and some random woman with big goggles. The partially-finished body is from a motion idea I had (didn't go anywhere, I think), and I have no idea what that thing in front of Batman is.
Anyway, there you go. Doodling outside my comfort zone. I like the look of these heads a lot, but I'm not entirely sure how to extrapolate whole bodies out of them. Perhaps I'll return to them one day... or perhaps I'll find something completely different. I'm still looking for my 'style', so maybe this is it.
Cheers for now-