Monday, August 20, 2012

Walter White Waits

Today I wanted to try drawing like Sam Bosma. That is not at all what happened.

So I just stuck with what I know, and it turned out pretty well. I've had this picture in mind for a few months, and had a super rough sketch of it from way back then, but the two look almost nothing alike now.

EDIT: A few people have been buying prints over the past week and I feel I should point out that anybody can do that. It's a pretty unofficial, un-automated process at this point, so if you're interested just send me a tweet or an email.
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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Medusozoa Blues

After putting what I think is far too much attempted detail into yesterday's picture and almost ruining it in the process, today I whipped up something from a sketch earlier in the week which is incredibly minimal by comparison.

Ahhhhh... Minimal.
One of the benefits of this style is that it allows the viewer to interpret it in a larger variety of ways. A lot of drawings are better when people make up their own story to go with it.
Alright. Drawing finished. Time to put pants on.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Once Upon a Crustacean in the West

There's something about ocean life just chilling out on land that I really like.

This picture could have many names; 'Bone Star', 'John Marrowman', 'The Good, The Crab, and the Skinless', 'A Clawfull of Dollars', and there are probably some crab puns I'm too tired to think of.
I'm not convinced it's good (as I don't like the shadows) but I am incredibly sick of looking at it so I declare it finished.