Posts tagged drawing
Posts tagged drawing
A friend asked for two incredibly specific pictures for a project he’s working on. (And by two, I mean, these are the first two out of 20 that he asked for)
So here is monster girl looking in the mirror, washing her teeth and brushing her face.
Jaime will be away from home for a week starting tomorrow, and I’m still off work for the majority of the week. Last time I was left alone for the weekend I watched all six Rocky movies, so now I need to top that.
Here’s a riddle for you. What movie franchise has five films and starts off promising but soon devolves into unwatchable garbage?
If you said the original Planet of the Apes series or Resident Evil, YOU’RE RIGHT!
So this week I will attempt to answer that age old question, which series stands up better as a whole, PotA or Resident Evil?
(Obviously neither PotA reboot counts. Although, let’s face it, I’m probably going to end up watching those too.)
Look out! It’s the… Barnyard Gang, I guess…
A commissioned drawing of Hygeia, Greek Goddess of health and hygiene, dressed in modern clothes and accompanied by a green snake.
The front facing image was my first attempt. I think I did a much better job with my second.
Crisis! I want to draw, but I don’t have a project to work on at the moment!
*A single tear rolled down his cheek*
Happy birthday to my amazing wife, Jaime!
Here’s an excerpt from the 32 page birthday comic I made for her.
Happy Birthday in four days, sister Diana!
Happy Birthday tomorrow, Dad!
Happy Birthday yesterday, nephew George!
I’ve been having a rough time health wise for the last couple weeks. According to the XRays I just had done, it’s because two of my ribs have something called Cortical Buckles.
To Google, ‘Cortical Buckle’ means “an incomplete fracture of the shaft of a long bone that is characterized by the bulging of the cortex”
To me, it means stabby stabby pain most of the time.
Trying to distract myself from the pain has led me to reread the comic series ‘Chew’ by John Layman and Rob Guillory. I love these comics and highly recommend them. The image above is my attempt to imitate Guillory’s art to illustrate my current condition.