so this year will forever be known as "The Year Jeremy Was Busier Than Usual", BUT i'm getting back into regular posting (hopefully) and all the projects i've been working on.
with that said, i usually do a "daily warm up", right before i dive into commission/deadline tight projects, i'll take anywhere from 15 min to an hour to just kind of "loosen up"-- sometimes its drawings of random people- sometimes its a dragon-- just whatever comes to mind---
this helps me concentrate more when i get into the commission/deadline tight project, i highly recommend it to all artists.
lately, i practice drawing random people, as i work as a caricaturist as well, and the more faces you draw...the better, faster you are
today's daily warm up are a couple characters from the awesome show, "Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia". Frank, Dennis and a random character from Season 8, Ep 7.
with cartooning/caricaturing, simplifying the face into simpler shapes is key-- but a big part of the style is how you represent these shapes---keeping within the proportion ratio of the spatial relationship between them, usually...unless you're into that crazy shit, eh? ...only sometimes. Cheers all!
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