-- Tony Stark
after four months of hard graft it's finally finished.
well, i say four months but taking into account i've been super busy trying to juggle multiple jobs at once and keeping up with some other work, it sounds about right.
okay, so i could probably say a lot about this drawing, the main things being that this is by far the most hardest and most detailed work i've made yet.
some of the details in this managed to cripple me emotionally and creatively. ;D which is probably why i got a bit lazy and rushed some things towards the end.
but my absolute obsession with iron man helped me through it no worries. xD
this one's a bit bigger than a4 so i actually had to scan it in three parts, hopefully you can't see where i've tried to fix the scan lines too much.
the scan did kill some of the tones in there though, it does look a lot more smoother in real life.
^ some awfully bad wips. there were a few more of these but i managed to kill my phone and lose most of them. :/ but these were the ones i managed to save.
15.5 x 10
done with 2h, 2b, 4b pencils on textured fabriano paper, and a highlight brush pen.
haha, i'm still practising, which is probably why it's still a hobby for me, lol.
hrrm, i'm not too sure, it's either a rock or a hunk of metal or something, the ref didn't give too much away.
awh, that you soo much!!
hrrm, i was hoping no one would notice, lol. yeah, hopefully i'll get the hang of getting rid of the scan lines soon.
it's just one of my efforts to cover up the scan line.
so true, i had a balance of both with this one, haha.
I really love the way you rendered the water in this picture, especially the use of white to highlight the droplets and the rivulets of water sliding down his suit and face. It’s so much to look at, but it really draws you into the picture.
i think the water was the hardest bit for me, i'm really glad you like it.