This was a bit tricky. Wanted the design and model to read, so sacrificed a more dynamic pose/aggressive perspective to provide as much info about the char as I could. The result was a bit stiff and off my color palette but the basics of my process were there, yes.
You sure did well, this doesn't seems like you were playing randomly for the shape. You may be influencing me with your workflow (Long story short, I like playing randomly till I got something that seems good to me, that's how I began drawing)
Yeah but when I know what I want to do, I can't get how to properly do it. Somehow I could manage to do it but only by spending more time on it and it's not always fun this way Starting randomly is good cause I don't care that much so it became fun
Drawing is rarely fun for me. Most of the time is very stressful. Almost to an extent that when I hear that people draw to relax seems a lie or a different kind of sport :]]] Anyway, I totally get what you mean, but having a mental image and trying to render it into reality is magic worth pursuing...
Yeah, it's only in personal projects that I tend to work harder and got almost what I wanted (after hours); I don't draw to relax, I draw to practice but yeah drawing for fun can be relaxing (That means I have a lot of free time too :s)
Motivation seems to be one of the key I have, now I need patience but I can't find it yet xD
In the process of ogling his spiky armor, intimidating stance, and kickass cape, it came to me that this behemoth echoes the nostalgic ring of any old school comic book villain that all but the most die-hard of superhero fans tied to their heroic convictions would secretly root for.
Insidious in every sense of the word. My level 6 Dwarf nub shits his pants in awe. Well done.