I must have both of your Jamie portraits for my favorites! (I do like how you aged him a bit when you added the detail in the 2nd version). You make great sketches. I'm impressed by how you communicate the vitals of a scene/face with just a few lines.
YAY! I love this to pieces. He looks very Jamie-like. I'm excited to see more Outlander stuff from you soon!! I'm almost done with Fiery Cross and still can't get enough of this man I love your realistic style and am totally jealous of your talent!
Oh wow. Very nice indeed. I've been looking around dA for ages trying to find a good picture of Jamie, this is first I've seen that actually well... Looks like how he's described. lol. It's just, great. Can't wait to see the next one.
he's a character from a novel "the outlander" by Diana Gabaldon, he's an highlander of the 18th century. the story is about a woman who lives in the 1950s that one day while she's walking in a circle of stones in Scotland, finds herself in the past,in the 18th century, and then she's saved by Jamie and begins her adventure with him...this is avery short summary of the outlander, but it's a very nice book.
haha! I did it at the end of a crappy day too...(exams sigh) I wanted to relax and then I started thinking about the outlander and wanted to do something....and there he is! I'm glad you like it, I do alot! I think I got the cat eyes jamie has...and I also wanted to make him smile... don't worry I'm preparing another drawing (mutch more sexy than this one...)so you'll see more
I am in love. Wow. When I look at this, I see right through the sketch and into the eyes of a fully realized personality. (I love it when that happens, whether looking at art or doing my own sketches). Never read the books, but that doesn't stop this guy from registering for me. Amazing.
thanks, creating a visual representation of a character is always difficult for me, finding the right expression, that "something" that arrives at the heart...that makes you guess the character of the person, his emotions... (by the way...the books are great!)
yes I have, it's a very long saga...the last one I read "drums of autumn" is settled in America before the indipendence war...if you read the outlander I suggest you to continue the saga...it's so well written! I like the pure adventure and the love story between the 2 characters so mutch!