Friday, June 19, 2009

Pens, Highliters and Sharpies! + old sketches...

SO, these sketches were done at work, when I should have been animating...BUT IT'S COOL! They were really fast and gestural. I really missed drawing on paper when I went through (and currently going through) my cintiq addiction. I found myself reaching for a non-existent CTRL-Z...hmmm, weird. BUT ANYWAYS, all done with PEN, and Highlighter, and a little bit of sharpie...about 2-3 minutes per face,...and maybe full body drawing.....

ALSO! These following drawings are all on 11 x 17 and were to big to post at once...

PEN vs HIGHLIGHTER, let me know if you dig this combo...






AND!!! I was moved from my normal desk today and when gathering up all my loose papers and all that crap, I found a lot of older sketches going back a couple months...maybe even a year... These were all done while I was on Toot & Puddle.




I am not the dragon warrior...
Thats all for NOW! I have sooooo much more drawings to go through, this may be round 1 of many... Let me know about this Highlighter thing I got going on, I think it kinda looks cool...thats just me.

Stay classy, internet.

21 comments:

Draw Monkey said...

Woah. These are really good man.

Abe Taraky said...

Awesome stuff, you truly capture caricature and emotion in each drawing, very difficult to do.

Chairokun said...

Man! Your characters are retardedly good... glanced at a couple of those today on your desk, beyond awesome stuff dude! lmL(^o^)lmL

Trent Correy said...

Nice update man, impressive drawings! I really like the Javier Bardem one, it's brilliant how you can take an existing character and add your style to them. Nice characterisation! And about the highlighter...I think those fumes got to you...ahha jk. I like it alot on the kid with the sinking barrel, probably because it looks a radioactive glow. All in all, fucking awesome sketches. I hope your gonna have a kick ass entry for the sketch theme! Take it easy
Trent

Adam Aubin said...

Nice, the highlighter does really punch it up doesn't it? I liked walking by seeing the first few lines then on the way back to my desk seeing it done.

Stefan said...

Nice man, I remember when you did alot of these during T&P. Love that Kungfu Panda turtle at the bottom.

Kuzey said...

"about 2-3 minutes per face"

Haha...that's impressive and so well done too....awesome!

Konstantin Kiriakov said...

I digg it! The sharpie and Highlighter add a graffiti-esque feel to it, which is dope.

Elizabeth said...

I love your drawings, so appealing!!!

REally like the skinny dude with the bowler haircut!

MayYeo said...

Haha, I always try to reach for a Ctrl + Z command too! Anyway, impressive sketches!! Your characters look so solid! Can't wait to see round 2!

Frank Macchia said...

great stuff as usgh man.

what really got my motor running was your Javier Bardem from No Country For Old Men. bang on. you def capured his solumn creepiness.

Adrian Brisland said...

shit this stuffs cool.

right on, sweet interpretations on all those film characters.

Kim Buck said...

man shane, you are one talented kid! love these!

Nachshon Rubel said...

hey shane.. you once told me youre not a designer...seeing these sketches makes me think you must have been out of your mind. I love your style, every little sketch there is just great!

tinylittlesandra said...

Great designs going on all over here! Keep 'em comin, and I'll keep comin back ;)

Alina Chau said...

Great set of drawings!

Shane Plante said...

Thanks you for the nice comments!

= Guarajeno = said...

wow this is amazing!!!
good drawings!!

Trevor Spencer said...

you art is just amazing!!

i LOVE the cowboys....
super impressive man!!

Shane Plante said...

KABLOOMERS! I love you guys...

Ying-Hsuan (Jennifer) Chen said...

these are really really niceeee i love them!