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Inktober 2018

I just completed 31 days of Jake Parker’s Inktober Challenge by drawing 30+ different internet-famous dogs. Mostly Boston Terriers and Frenchies. What is Inktober? In short, the rules are as follows: Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want). Post it (Instagram, Twitter, other social media) Hashtag it with #inktober and #inktober2018 Repeat I completed the challenge in 2017 by drawing more animals on bikesĀ  and was eager to do it again in 2018. My Theme Well, up until Continue reading →

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Trying inking with a Copic multiliner. Please with the results and line variation, but not as organic feeling as using the brush pens. I have a soft spot for robots on bicycles.

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Inktober 2017 is off to a second day. This T-Wrex now has all the powers of longer arms but finds he still can’t scratch his own back. I saw someone using claws like this in the Fred Meyer parking lot. Clever!

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It’s the first day of Inktober. I’ll be posting a new inked drawing everyday for the month of October. According to the origin of the Inktober the challenge the rules are as follows: 1) Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want). 2) Post it online 3) Hashtag it with #inktober and #inktober2017 4) Repeat I’ll be doing a very fast and loose blue-line sketch for my drawings but will fill in more details as I ink. These drawings Continue reading →

Sketching Aku – Live Stream and Time Lapse

I’ve recently started re-watching all of Samurai Jack via Hulu which inspired me to do some quick sketching of the infamous Aku. While watching the show, I had live-streamed some of the sketching via Instagram, but then after an hour I switched to just time lapse recording on my phone. Here is the result of about 3 hours of sketching. More videos on my YouTube channel.

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Another full weekend of drawing, tracing, rendering, and making vector art. I haven’t spent this much time on an art project in such a long time. It feels AWESOME to see something start to come together. I can hardly wait to share the full project with the rest of the world soon. Also, my first weekend with a new eye-glass prescription in 5 years. These new glasses feel so much easier on my eyes. Back to it!