Just realized after I made Groovi that he had the same color scheme as the Greatest American Hero, and I'm quite alright with that. Believe it or not, I'm walking on air...
I know, you want to know how i can come up with such exquisite, unique titles. All I can say it's a gift. A gift that I cannot give to you even if it is your birthday.
So, as you can also see this week I'm all about random squiggles and the such for backgrounds. Dunno...I'm taking something for it, so it should clear up in a few days.
Hey only two and a half months, where does the time go? Or rather, why am I so lazy? I blame television...or something. Anywho, this latest drawing is modeled after those punching bag things little kids play with. The ones with the sand in the bottom that you punch and it bobs around then comes back at you. Except this one is weighed down by your fears. And if you punch it, it comes back and tries to eat your face. No, wait - thats not this at all. Or is it?...
Hopefully one day I will make a full illustration with him.
Some little pixel sketch i did years ago I decided to update. Yea, I know it's nothing crazy, but it still pleases me. Also, since I did those texture tests, I've been adding the canvas look to most of my drawings. Makes it look like I drew it on watercolor paper, which is nice. Don't know how I truly feel about it yet. I mean, I like it but I don't know if it's a passing phase. Anywho, yea...sticks.
We have a whiteboard in our offices here at work. Once a week I've started doing a 'drawing of the week' and this was one of them. As more of them come, they get more and more bizzare. This is probably the most sane of them. I also picture that cartoon character from Jurassic Park saying dinosaur like 'dinosahwr' and it makes me happy.