A sketch of my favorite Pixar heroine for the Pixart salute to heroines before Brave comes out.
I'd love to see other artists get involved.
about 1 year ago
Yeah, her hand isn't done. I get it. @Dribbble is about showing work "IN PROGRESS". Suck it.
This is amazing!!! I'll have to do something now :)
@Adam Grason jump in dawg! I'd love to share progress along side you again.
@Rogie I totally agree! Let's do this!
I love it dude. Can't wait to see the final.
@Chris Harrison thanks duder.
@Rogie do you always sketch in red?
@Josh Lee no, basically I find whatever crude instrument/coloring device I can muster up and scratch it into some sort of surface. It's pretty primitive.
Is that a little goatee I see? You listened to @mediahack and me after all?
Rokk!! Can't wait to see more of this my man!
+1 for goggles @Rogie—love 'em.
duuuuuuuuuuude. totally doin one now.
i think her back/chest line looks off a bit- too fwd? but my only critique. she looks great.
@lisa romero Totally great critique, I'll DM you on the twitters to show you the next revision
Her wide jaw and broad smile looks suspiciously like an avatar I've seen recently...
I wish I had your chops Rogie, pure gold flows from those hands.
Beautiful lines @Rogie - such character. Didn't tell ya before, but after years and years of putting traditional drawing/illustration on the back burner I'm trying to get back into it: http://d.pr/i/xIpJ
@Brian Feister dang dude, great job! Notice I didn't do the hands? That's because I royally suck at hands. Cheers!
Oh, and also epic-ly excited for Brave!
Yeah bro - I think anatomically/structurally speaking the only other part that could compare in complexity would be the face - but it has fewer moving parts...
Nice work, Rogie! Reminds me of this sketch by Pixar's Ronnie Del Carmen.
And personally I would love it if dribbble had more "hand's not finished because I'm still working on it" shots like this and less meticulously dolled-up screenshots of relentlessly polished final work.
Disclaimer: Rogie told me to be harsh :D
Her face and waist are great, but the rest could use some refinement:
• Posture needs more flow overall, she's super stiff right now and seems like she's intentionally over-posing for an epic oil painting.
•Arms are different widths, it's freaking me out (or she's just right handed!) ;)
• Goggles and the nose divider don't really line up with the middle of the face, if they're crooked a bit then make it more obvious.
• Her collar is really tight! Add some buttons or give her neck some room with some area where the neck connects showing.
• Her hair should either fall naturally (can still have some poof) or be more windblown.. it's a bit in-between now.
• Have some friends strike a similar pose and do some limited line drawings (3 or 4 lines max) to help see the flow of the body, how the weight is distributed to maintain balance (more for when you get to the legs, but it'll help with the neck>back>hips form).
• Quick ps liquify hack-up to demo: http://cl.ly/351w3J1P2Y0w340t2k1x
Keep at it!
Wow, David just went all design director on Rogie. I love to see that kind of feedback! You go David!
Rogie I think it's a great beginning. Out of curiosity what did you use to sketch that? Based on all the fingerprints, it looks like pastels or something like that.
This is looking great!
love it, rogie.
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