Another illustration for Law Technology News. Thanks to AD Roberto Jimenez, they’re always nice to work with.
I turned the disused photoshop layers from yesterday’s ogre drawing into a .gif because I realized it might be interesting to someone somewhere maybe.
I do each stage on a new layer, then turn the opacity down to 20% and draw the next stage over it. Normally I would delete the old layers once I’m done with them to keep the file size down, but I guess I didn’t this time.
Some ogres are big dumb brutes who live in the woods and bonk travelers on the head, others are just trying to do an honest day’s work at the docks.
I have a whole backlog of life drawings I did before leaving Brooklyn that need finishing.
Two characters from Journey To The West — one of my favorite stories. The monk Xuanzang (or Tripitaka, depending on who you ask) riding his white dragon horse.
An illustration for Corporate Council Magazine: self-driving cars and self-reading documents. I had to do this one without my cintiq, what a rush.
Another drawing from Dr Sketchy’s LA. It took me a while to scan this one. It’s strange, actually, my first time at Dr Sketchy LA was also the last night for both this model and the host who built the thing here. It seems like a shame, I had more fun at the LA location than even in the Dr. Sketchy New York’s golden age
A drawing from Dr Sketchy’s LA. How are you?
A drawing from this week’s Dr. Sketchy’s LA.
Finally made it to a drawing session here in LA. @DrSketchyLA is so much fun, I really had a great time. (at Figure Drawing At Titmouse)
My Cintiq is finally set up here in LA, so I got to do some doodling today. LA is great, but man is it sunny here. My pale complexion is not made for this.
This is so cool: a piece I drew is hanging in Cartoon Network’s animation studio right behind front desk. True story! #latergram (at Cartoon Network Studios)