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 bikes and was eager to do it again in 2018. My Theme Well, up until Continue reading →
Finally posting the tour of my August 2017 sketchbook. Let me know what you think. Want to see more?
Loving the flying fat cats. More works with these puff-balls coming soon.
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.
This dino demonstrates the important of regular bicycle maintenance.
READ a book? oh. I thought you said EAT a book. I do what I can to inspire anyone to read.
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!
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 →
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.
Spent my evening with Captain Quack Sparrow making some tetrimos in Adobe Illustrator.
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!