Hey! I'm back after a small week at the Krita Sprint 2019 (Deventer, Netherlands). You probably saw already photos about our large group this year (eg. Mastodon link here) and I guess you'll probably read in the coming days a detailed reports about the Sprint on the blog of krita.org itself. So! I'll skip writing a detail report about our discussions and I'll focus my blog post around my sketchbook and more precisely about the sketches done since I started to travel on Tuesday.
I drew various random ideas, various tests and various quality; some were done during meetings, some other on the side of my plate at restaurants, some other in plane, train or even while walking into a guided tour of a museum. You can click any picture to get a better resolution. Again a big thanks to all participants I met on the Krita sprint of this year, I had a very good time.
top: Pepper finding a 'prince frog' and Cumin affraid about it.
bottom: ideas of fantasy animals.
Top: another fantasy animal, a Saffran,
Middle: a sleeping female fox,
Bottom: Pepper fighting a Jelly-Monster.
An attempt at a shaded scene (from imagination) including a Pepper
with another haircut, a school uniform and her bag.
A study of pose from imagination, constrain of force and acting,
plus few notes on a discussion about Krita.
"outside of comfort zone"; changing proportion, style.