#Inktober! Day 4. Some background character doodles for a comic I’m writing.

#Inktober! Day 4. Some background character doodles for a comic I’m writing.

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Inktober! Day 3. 
For anyone following me who hasn’t heard, Inktober is a very special month (it comes but once a year) where artists everywhere are challenged to post one ink drawing every day. 
I missed Day 1 because of an urgent need for a root canal. I made today’s ink drawing to show a little bit of what that was like. 
Happy inktober, one and all!

Inktober! Day 3. 

For anyone following me who hasn’t heard, Inktober is a very special month (it comes but once a year) where artists everywhere are challenged to post one ink drawing every day. 

I missed Day 1 because of an urgent need for a root canal. I made today’s ink drawing to show a little bit of what that was like. 

Happy inktober, one and all!

Joe Wierenga inktober

I’m working on a comic called The Field Guide To Magical Animals. I’m not quite sure how I want to draw all of the magical animals. All of these are ways I could draw pixies, and still have them fit in the same drawing style with the main characters. I have my favorite, I think, do you guys have any thoughts?

I’m working on a comic called The Field Guide To Magical Animals. I’m not quite sure how I want to draw all of the magical animals. All of these are ways I could draw pixies, and still have them fit in the same drawing style with the main characters. I have my favorite, I think, do you guys have any thoughts?

Joe Wierenga character field guide magical animals fantasy

Have you ever noticed how a pen can look kind of like a sword? Or maybe a rocket ship? If you take it apart, the spring-loaded part looks kind of like a laser blaster. Maybe it’s my fault that these are the things I learned in school, and not how to spell “receive” because I still mix up the i and the e every time I write it. (That time was spellchecked)

You can watch the whole loop here on LoopdeLoop!

Joe Wierenga animation loopdeloop childhood