Illustrated book cover.
Epic side-project #2: 10-page comic book! Everything’s hand-inked and ink washed. (The lettering will be, too, when I get to it. I’m doing my speech bubbles blank on the original bristol, and will use animation cells for the lettering). The finished book will be on sale soon
My working sketchbook goes on adventures with me. Sometimes I’ll end up with ticket stubs or programs from events– and sometimes I’ve got worksheets from class, or doodles friends have given me. I like to keep these items organized chronologically, and stuff them in the back of my sketchbooks, where I’ve built a duct-tape pocket to prevent things from falling out. Now you can make one, too!
The last one was a Mac-Book. This one’s an iDrawingpad.
“Apps” include Character Designs, Portraits, Insanity, Ideas, Sleeplessness, Thumbnails, Design, Life Drawing, etc…
The whole point of this is that fancy new things can still be done with old technology… pens and papers!
…And that’s one of the first drawings
Amelia once told me you can tell a lot about a person by the books they have. So I thought it would be cool to post a pic of my now-jam-packed bookshelf I suppose it is an alternative form of self-portraiture!
Lo and behold, my latest 11×14″ sketchbook sports a single, large, oldschool Apple sticker… which makes it a Mac-book! (har har har!) It’s got a really fast processor, too– though it’s only 15 days old, I’ve already filled a third of it. (badum-PSHHH!!)
Some late-night doodles, got all inspired from looking at blogs and felt like I needed a break from animating and cleaning up storyboards! Enjoy!
Here’s a flipbook I made for my History of Character Animation class. Ever wonder what happens when you cross a green laser?