These are some cartoons I did for my college newspaper. Posted here for posterity.
When I sit still (aka me always) my brother likes to draw me. 👏👏👏 #thanksbro #art #drawing #wishicoulddraw
Graphite on paper. Plate 06/20.
Sketches from the workshop I’m doing, following the 19th-Century “Atelier” method. I was allowed to skip 3 and 4, but Plate 5 was much more challenging.
So I made a thing today! Cost less than five bucks and only took about twenty minutes! It was super fun to do and I made one for my friend Tara as well! On the back of the neck it says “UNACCEPTABLE” if you can’t read it with the wrinkle in the way. I will definitely be doing more Adventure Time tshirts in the future!
My brother drew me adventure time style!
Ugh, I got the proportions way wrong on Catbug in retrospect.
Done doing these so here they all are in one place! Fully Dressed Redesigns of Superheroines.
Point of this: An exercise in character design, attempting to clothe the heroines nearly all the way and not making them painted-on, while still keeping the look of their original costumes in some way. Hopefully keeping them looking as iconic as the originally were. Just showing what can be done with a costume breaking outside the barrier of the norm.
NOT the point of this: some moral code I’m trying to push on you
Sorry if there was a character you wanted me to do that I didn’t get to!
I like this challenge. Partially because I like the creative challenge. Mostly because this is how it should be done by the big studios, both for realism and modesty. (Though, I will admit that it’s more for realism than modesty for me.)
Some more work from the school year, but this stuff is more random. The lasers are pretty cool also.
I apologize for the sheer strangeness of these. No, I will not explain them.
This is the line of caricatures I made of my classmates and teachers last year. I took this with my iPod, which has scratch on the upper left side, so pardon the smudge. Also, the quality of work between these changes a lot.
I wanted to make a webcomic slice-of-life type thing, but when I started making the first comic, I realized that I was going to need a LOT more experience with digital art before I could achieve the quality of comic that I wanted. So I decided to make more sketch comics! One day maybe…