Friday, February 24, 2012

Fanart Friday: Dragon Quest

Dragon Quest

Pencil on Moleskine A3 Folio Sketchbook

HERE you will find Mr. Wyatt's Assistant Pig Keeper.

Friday, February 17, 2012

Fanart Friday: Dr. Slump

Arare-chan and Dr. Norimaki Senbei drive along peacefully

More Toriyama Fanart.  You can read Dr. Slump HERE.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Fanart Friday: Toriyama Akira

Once upon a time, I loved Toriyama Akira so much that I drew this fanart.

Then I happened upon THIS UNFORTUNATE TRUTH.

So, instead of killing myself, I drew this (as though it were a rebuttal of some kind).


Tuesday, February 7, 2012

On My Trusty Bike Friday!


I got a Bike Friday a little while ago, and I haven't had this much fun on a bike in AGES!

Thursday, February 2, 2012

A Nearly Naked Look at Wednesday's Gestures

I like the idea of honesty.

We have gesture drawing classes frequently at work, and I do my best to make it when I can because I feel like it keeps me honest and fresh in my drawing.  Below you'll see almost every drawing I did on Wednesday at the most recent session.

Sometimes I like to draw big--on the newsprint or whatever--but often I'm torn, because I also like to keep my drawings bound so I can reference them later.  All these drawings were done in medium sized sketchbooks with 0.5mm Uniball Roller pens (a personal favorite).  The tone is a Dixon Ticonderoga Carbon Black Lumber Crayon, which I added after class.  You know, for kicks.

I want to post more on sketchbooking later, so expect a post from me again soon.  There will be prizes (because I love giving things away), so drop a line and say hello.

Class starts with one minute warm-ups.

After I killed an ancient spiral-bound sketchbook from 2008 (finally!), I switched to my recently handmade Lucky Charms book

Then we do a bunch of two minute poses.

We soon grow weary of this, and switch back to one minute poses to end class.

An impromptu dance party ensues.

Class wraps up after the dance party dies down (this takes awhile).  Then I get to go back to my office and draw some more.

True story.

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