Quick test paint with minimal references.
Here’s a quick sketch I made on my Cintiq. I actually have a bunch of other finished art, but it’s all for my website, and I don’t want to post it yet.
Today’s drawing is of Hawk from the new book That’s Not Bunny! Drawn on my cintiq.
These are some random sketches I did based off the shape of Kermit’s head.
There is currently two art commissions and an animation that I’m waiting to be able to release, so expect those sometime in the future.
Also, I have completed an image for my new website, and have designed a good portion of the website itself. I don’t want to show the image yet, though. And I’m not sure when the new site will be finished. I am planning to create a short animation for it, and that may take a while.
Here’s an old Minecraft commission I came across and thought I’de post. I haven’t had enough time to sketch lately, but I have started working on some content for my new website, and I really like how it’s looking so far.
Here is some more random sketches, and a logo I did for a Minecraft server. I also completed the animated trailer for the server, it has not been released yet.
I decided to try putting a textured background on a bottom layer before sketching, and I really liked it. Gives the sketch a little texture, and lets me add white highlights to the sketches.
The Silhouette (which I spelled wrong) is basically me just taking a brush and scribbling around, then sketching over it. I’m not sure I’m too happy with the finished drawing, but I do like some of the designs on it.
Some random sketches I did on my Cintiq. For some reason I decided to do them in blue.
For some reason, no matter how I draw an eye, it always ends up looking amazing to me. Even tried blindfolding myself and drawing one… turned out great. So if you learned anything from this post, it’s that if you want to draw something, but aren’t good at drawing, just draw an eye. It’ll be great.
And yes, that monkey is drinking tea.
Just a random sketch I did this week.
I made a logo for my Interstellar Marines squad, using a new technique that I created for drawing fur in vector form. The hilarious part is that the original export ended up being 3073 x 3073 Pixels, and I found out later that it had to be a max size of 3072 x 3072… 1 pixel off. Must be a sign.
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