I typically will take a quick shot of whatever I’m sketching and post it on my instagram account. I’m busy getting today’s William the Last page up and diving headfirst into the next issue of GI Joe. Not much time for blogging.
The good thing about loosening up and filling up a page with random characters is that you have a resource to go to when you need to create a character for a story. This is where a lot of designs start for me – free association and nonsense, just seeing what comes out of the
In between sketching and chatting with people who stopped by the table this weekend, I occupied myself with filling up a few pages with randomness. Enjoy!
I’ve been getting into the habit of winding down for the evening doodling in Sketchbook Pro on my iPad. I don’t have any real direction, just playing. I usually post them to my Twitter account as I go. Here’s this week’s collection:
I stumbled across Jake Parker’s Inktober challenge (Did he come up with it?) and thought I’d partcipate as often as I can this month. So here’s my first contribution: Mummy! You can follow me on Instagram here.
I bought a copic sketch pen this summer and haven’t used it much. I’m not sure how well the ink will hold up over time, but I’m really happy with the thin lines I’m getting from it. The fatter lines are from a Tombow brush pen. I haven’t used it very much either, but I
Thanks to Brenden Cahill who gave me one to try out!
I just wrapped up inks on GI Joe RAH #196 and am getting ready to finish up a smaller project that I had to keep setting aside. Warm ups this morning where head sketches from photos. Now back to the drawing board.
Another roundup of sketches from my Instagram account.
I’m in the middle of migrating my studio back home. Through a series of events, not least of which is simply a need to save money, we’re all closing down the physical studio space we’ve had for 10+ years (Well, I’ve only been there 5.) We’re still a studio (that is, we’ll all be together