Monday, July 30, 2012

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Gravity Falls


I drew my brother and myself in the style of my new favorite show, Gravity Falls. Blarg!

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Monday, July 23, 2012

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Sketch Dump: Facing the Future

Ever since I accepted the fact that I'm most likely going to be bald (as my genetics suggest), I was pretty bummed out. However, it suddenly hit me that being bald could be totally rad, providing I have an adventure beard to compensate:


I tried to challenge myself by drawing the food court at Publix. Backgrounds are still out of my comfort zone, but it feels good exploring new things:


I know what you're thinking, but I did not exaggerate the woman on the lower left. In fact, I think I might have not underdone her a bit. It was a strange, yet inspiring site...


I can't tell if my baby drawing at the bottom left is cute, disturbing, or both...


Thursday, July 12, 2012

Drawing from Reference and Sketch Dump

This killed me, but I suppose it was worth it, though next time I think I'll focus on getting the feeling of the figure as opposed to trying to copy it exactly.




Cafe Drawings









Monday, July 9, 2012

Faces

I was doodling a stylized face and kept modifying it. Started looking like me...hehe...

Drawing Challenges


My friend Millie and I did three drawing challenges. They were lots of fun and had some....interesting results...

 Create Your Own Interpretation of the Grim Reaper

Create Your Own Interpretation of Brancusi's "The Kiss"

Make This Person into a Creature.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

"The Firecracker"


    I wanted to make a little Independence Day themed story about a little firecracker trying to escape his doom. Little did I know, this thing was going to take four days to make, and I was hoping to post it on July 4th, but now I know to start a holiday oriented project before the actual holiday.

    I really enjoyed making this and I think I might have a newfound love of storyboarding and animatics. It's fun trying to exaggerate everything from facial expressions to poses to the overall drama of a situation. You might have noticed I drew some inspiration from the one and only John Kricfalusi. There's just something great about cartoons that have a bizarreness to them. I hope to make more of these, especially during my concept class this coming year at Ringling.

Monday, July 2, 2012

"Tooth Takei"


George Takei is a big fan of puns, so I drew this picture for him. I have to give my dad credit for coming up with this brilliant idea.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Creeping Outside the Comfort Zone

I've always leaned toward character design, so I thought I'd start practicing some backgrounds: