Monthly Archives: August 2010
Andrew couldn’t figure out that the thing on the dog’s head was a wig. Guess my wig-drawing ability needs improvement. I like how I put together the crowd on this one. It took forever to crank out the pointillism, but … Continue reading
Full title: “Insanely Happy Pogo Stick Dragon” I like the hills on this one. I spent a lot of time on it though; upwards of twenty minutes. This is crazy: About a minute after I uploaded this, I put a … Continue reading
I really, really like this one. I received a couple of compliments from acquaintances who saw this. I’m especially pleased with the robot’s hands and the slapdash way that the town looks assembled.
I tried shading the trees a little differently. I did some heavier crosshatching. I like the effect, but I’m still not thrilled with the results. I got a lot of compliments on this one. My oldest nephew Zed liked this … Continue reading
Full title: Watch Out for That Tree, Kid! I like how this one turned out a lot, despite still not knowing how to draw trees. I did get the background trees to look good, but I think they need a … Continue reading
I love bugs. Love them.
I’ve always wanted to go into space. I took a chance on the sky in this one. I was trying to make something like stars by not fully coloring in the sky. I’m not convinced that I succeeded.
No particular inspiration for this one. I’m pleased with the cowboy from the waist up, but I struggle with knowing how to draw draping and gathering in clothing. From the waist down, this guy looks a little like fingers.
Yesterday Andrew requested a dog on his next lunchbox doodle. I made this one. I don’t know how to draw trees, but I think I give the good impression of them here. Good way to sneak in some pointillism on … Continue reading