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Skull Tutorial, Page 2 by Rosengeist
Skull Tutorial, Page 2

Here is Page 2 of a skull tutorial I created as part of a project I am on. A bit of a disclaimer. This is my personal method cobbled together from anatomy studies, life drawing and experience and tailored to meet my needs as a cartoonist. It’s not anatomically accurate, but it gets the job done when you need to move quickly.


In a situation such as portraiture or illustration it might be more beneficial to study the way in which muscles, fat and cartilage affect the face. That being said, this method currently meets my needs. I use it in almost every drawing of a figure that I do. It allows me to maintain consistency in characters that have diverse shape faces. It also helps me to double check the placement of features, especially if I’m handling an odd angle. This was created specifically because I have realized that this is a problem many cartoonists face, but don’t have a solution to. While this seems like a complex series of steps, it becomes second nature the more you do it.


Hope you guys find this helpful. Feel free to ask questions if anything is unclear.



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Skull Tutorial Page 1 by Rosengeist
Skull Tutorial Page 1

Here is page 1 a skull tutorial I created as part of a project I am on. A bit of a disclaimer. This is my personal method cobbled together from anatomy studies, life drawing and experience and tailored to meet my needs as a cartoonist. It’s not anatomically accurate, but it gets the job done when you need to move quickly.


In a situation such as portraiture or illustration it might be more beneficial to study the way in which muscles, fat and cartilage affect the face. That being said, this method currently meets my needs. I use it in almost every drawing of a figure that I do. It allows me to maintain consistency in characters that have diverse shape faces. It also helps me to double check the placement of features, especially if I’m handling an odd angle. This was created specifically because I have realized that this is a problem many cartoonists face, but don’t have a solution to. While this seems like a complex series of steps, it becomes second nature the more you do it.


Hope you guys find this helpful. Feel free to ask questions if anything is unclear.


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The Doll by Rosengeist
The Doll
Old art that I just sort of forgot to post. A while back I got a sketch request from a person interested in scary dolls. It was very open, so I went off of that. I think it's really easy to overlook that Phantom is, all things said and done, a horror story. The wax doll shows up in the Webber musical, albeit briefly (I can't recall if its in the book, but don't believe so). That being said, I have always thought that doll is creepy as heck. Oh sure, he may sing nice...but he also has a doll of you...that's super accurate...wearing a wedding dress...he's also never talked to you face to face. Awesome, under-appreciated, stalker horror story element.

In the show, Christine usually passes out when she see's the doll (it's the culmination of Music of the Night). I like to imagine she later picked it up, confronted the Phantom with it and was like "The HELL man?!"
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Carriage by Rosengeist
Carriage
This was a wonderfully fun commission I was recently able to create for a client. They requested a Victorian era Kitty Pryde and Magneto from the X-Men (specifically a Micheal Fassbendery Magneto!).

So, this was the result! Cute, carriage rides and awkward hand falls and staring, oh so Victorian. XD

Sepia India Ink and Watercolor on 500 Strathmore.
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Notebooks! by Rosengeist
Notebooks!
I haven't been posting these, but over the past year, I've done quite a few notebook commissions. You purchase the notebook, and I draw on it at your request. Neato!

So its a rough time for a lot of young people right now, and Rana could really use a hand. She's been suffering from migraines, and due to her location, they've been difficult to treat. Some friends and I are raising money to help her out. How can artists help? Well, by making art of course!

Currently, I only take commissions at cons, and since con season has ended, this is the only opportunity open until next year to receive a commission from me! Donate 60 dollars, and you can receive a lovely piece from me, I'll even ship it to you. Not sure you have any wall space left? Well, awesome! I can also make some nifty notebook for you!

Please check this link out and lend Rana a hand. 100% of the proceeds go to her. And hey, if I'm not your cup of tea, there are several other cool artists such as Sarah SternAngael DavisDave Stoll: Comic Artist, J.D Williams and Morgan Beem contributing! Check it out! grin emoticon

www.gofundme.com/pgw6aw

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Laura Neubert
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Hello there! Just a young cartoonist and illustrator hoping to bring some entertaining and amazing stories to the world. Hope you enjoy your stay. :)
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Ladies and Gents! I am so glad to announce my participation in a new comic anthology!

www.kickstarter.com/projects/h…

The Secret Loves of Geek Girls is an anthology focusing on the relationship women creators and fans have with fandom. It will be featuring Margaret Atwood (yeah, Handmaid's Tale!), Renee Nault (yeah Handmaid's Tale comic!), Jen Bartel, Kate Leth, Megan Kearney and Meaghan Carter, Isabelle Melançon and Megan Lavey Heaton, and of course, yours truly! 

I've worked with some of these ladies before, and I know the work of the others. The are all excellent lady folk, and I can honestly say that the works are varied, diverse, and compelling. For this anthology, I will be contributing a story called "They Bury you in White", which focuses on the ways in which fandoms can both give you negative and positive beliefs. Also, gothic romance. OH HOW I SHALL I DISCUSS THE GOTHIC ROMANCE! 

I'll be posting more as the funding period goes on, and if you already pitched in a few bucks, THANKS! You are a lovely person! smile emoticon

  • Listening to: Podcasts
  • Reading: The Eyre Affair
  • Watching: Documentaries
  • Playing: The Game of Life!
  • Eating: Sandwiches?
  • Drinking: Coffee...so much coffee...so good.

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Merry Christmas!!
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Happy Thanksgiving!
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Happy Halloween! :pumpkin:
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SchwarzWieEbenholZ Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2015   Photographer
Thanks for the watch! :hug:
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l3onnie Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for watching! I really appreciate it! :) :heart:
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Happy birthday! :cake:
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Rosengeist Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2015  Professional General Artist
Thank you! :D
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Many Happy Returns!
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Rosengeist Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2015  Professional General Artist
Thanks so much! :D
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Happy birthday Glomp!Have your cake and eat it tooGlomp!
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