Just sketching and making up stories before bed last night… Here’s a warlock and his plus one. I hope to learn to draw better so I can tell stories properly someday. :)
I royally screwed up the arm and probably the knee as well. I also need to study composition soon… There’s a cross in there that I’m not sure of. Anyway one lesson at a time. You can follow my learning blog to see my studies. :)
[ on deviant art | on cghub | on blogspot ]
Calling this one done. So much I could have done better but it’s time to move on. Learned a lot, and more still to learn. :)
[ on blogspot | Pejie Abia ]
Long overdue collab with Pejie. And by overdue, I mean I sent him the first wip of this last June lol… As for what this represents, you’ll have to ask him. He drew it, I just slapped colors on it. Whatever is creepy in this is completely his fault. :)
kellydoodles & jwdickson - thanks guys! :)
Life of Peach & Bear hehe… quick scribble break from work. The wannabe tiger is my chow chow Chewy. Life of Pi was lovely. :)
[ SpaceGum | Jiro | on blogspot ]
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While I’m working on new stuff, here’s something old that I did back when I was freelancing. My colors on Jiro’s pencils.
Going to start being active online again. I decided to lie low last year and focus on work and my relationships. It was great and I’m glad I did it. Now I’d like to go back to pushing for improvement. The first step was getting rid of bad habits, and it will be a continuous battle against myself, but so far so good. :) I read somewhere that successful people don’t ask what’s wrong with it, but what’s right with it. Sure there’s nothing wrong with it, but if it doesn’t help me get where I want to go, then it’s excess baggage. It’s clutter and it needs to go.
[ on deviant art | on cghub | on blogspot | Angela Sung ]
Forgot to post this. I was commissioned to color these bgs for Shut Up Cartoon’s OHB Origins. Lines & the colors for the stage were done by Angela Sung. :)
This was my last freelance project before I went back to working fulltime. Freelancing was a lot of fun and a lot of hard work. I learned a lot in those 2 months.