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Zelda Link's Awakening for April 2014 Pummel

by GullyFoyle on 05-05-2014 at 12:11 PM
The theme for April 2014's Pummel match was Zelda, so I chose the entry I have the fondest memories for: Link's Awakening. I was torn for a while about choosing a favourite scene, but after watching a documentary about Drew Struzan I went for the poster. I also tried out Loomis's informal composition approach.

I learned a lot about Photoshop this month, although I did waste a lot of time with the colouring, learning about a greyscale layer with a colour layer on top will likely prove

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Hansel and Gretel Pummel Entry

by GullyFoyle on 03-04-2014 at 06:26 PM
February's Pummel taught me a valuable lesson about how long it takes to produce a page and time management. I went from five to three to one planned pages! Below is the final product, which I inked with a brush, alongside some more preparation work.

I've learned plenty from Pummel and the Weekly Sketch Group already, most significant of which is that I draw too small. The finished page was only A4 in size, which made my life difficult given that I'm still new to brush inking. I also

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Updated 03-07-2014 at 03:33 PM by GullyFoyle


Preparation for February 2014 Pummel

by GullyFoyle on 02-18-2014 at 08:20 PM
The theme was a modern day Grimm's fairy tale. Of course, I haven't left myself enough time for what I'm planning with a busy couple of weeks coming up, but I'll get something in. My choice was Hansel & Gretel (albeit with 21 century names!)


Some sketches

by GullyFoyle on 02-18-2014 at 08:18 PM
1) More practice needed!
2) I really need to buy something to fix the sketches once I'm finished with a page (cheap hairspray?).
3) Learned a valuable lesson about which ink goes through the pages of my sketchbook.

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