Friday, October 24, 2014

Another quick demo

I've been using SketchbookPro as a teaching tool. In a class environment it works great for lessons and getting basic concepts across. Here's what I came up with this evening.


Hunter H said...

Always do like your sketch demos. I am curious to ask, what are your biggest influences? I mean you have a very unique art style, but it's something I've been meaning to comment about. As always good work Charles and happy almost Halloween.

fanimation said...

Hey Charles, LOVE all your work as always! I find great inspiration in all your art and always enjoy your updates!! I've been off working on a project of my own that I would love for you to take a look at when you get a chance. I'm writing and illustrating my own Webcomic! Still working on writing and designing all the's ALOT of work, but I'm having a lot of fun with it! It's a story and characters I've had in my head for a very long time and decided to just do it! I have the site up here:

It will be under construction as I continue to write and draw a large enough buffer of strips so that I can update the site once a week.....hope to start publishing strips soon in 2015! I would love to hear what you think of the content I have up so far! Thanks!

Alejandro Sanchez said...

Hope you like it Charles i love your 1996 Crash Design

Robertgold said...

Charles, it's great, of course, and it kind of reminds me of my favorite character in "Big Hero 6" "Fred". Watch this clip and freeze it at around the :23 mark where he talks about turning into "a fire breathing lizard at will":
I don't want to post spoilers, as I know not everyone has had a chance to see the movie, but here's a link to a page dealing with who plays Fred's father (contains spoiler!):'s_Father

Charles Z said...

Glad you like the art guys. Something quick and not too involved.

John, checked out your site and looking forward to following the series.

Alejandro excellent job of modeling the original Crash design. Very impressive.

Hunter I have a lot of influences. Too many to list. Everything from the masters of the Renaissance to classic illustrators to comic artists, animators, etc.

Great hearing from you Robert and thanks for the link.