Well, shit hit the fan right after I submitted this challenge to Bryant, and we both ended up delaying our submissions :/ Anyway...
Here's the "final" - the cleanest line art I had for Zakarial. He doesn't look much like a Worgen from Wow, does he? Between the face and the armor (I nipped that from Dragon Age: Origins)... it was still fun, though, and a learning experience!
I did a few studies to get to the final product - here is my first worgen... um, yeah... back to the drawing board!
So I worked on some leg studies first, because the worgen legs were giving me fits.
Also, the faces were messing me up too. I've never really drawn anthro... well, ANYTHING before. So, I hit up my copy of Blacksad and went to work! I basically copied the faces, and then tried to reconstruct them myself.
I felt confident enough for a second try, so I sketched up a female worgen getting frustrated with a fishing daily. Instead, I got frustrated with her hands, and gave up.
Finally, I drew up Zakarial (the first image, haha), and printed it out so I could hash out a possible background. I used the Tudor housing from the last challenge as inspiration.
And, as promised in the title of this post, here is the other stuff!
Random dudes using the gesture drawing tool by Pixelovely:
Then another random dude while watching Dave Rapoza's Livestream (bonus content - a random M!Hawke face from Dragon Age 2!):
I got bored at work one day (I had to stay late) and I sketched this up in between searching for graphs. I used ballpoint pens and some Copics I had in my backpack.
And finally, something from yesterday's lunch break. It was supposed to be a warrior woman with a huge claymore, but that kind of failed (my layout was poor), and it ended up being a hapless male adventurer holding on to a rope >_>
Whew! I think I'm done with this post. Now I'm just waiting for the next assignment... (I'm talking about you, Bryant!).