I made this drawing for my comrade-in-arts Zorgor. Be sure to check him out, his art is going through a transition phase right now and it’s very enjoyable to witness.
Also, bonus self-portrait today. 😛
(I tagged this as “From Reference Photo” because I looked at the original Charlie’s Angels logo for reference)
Also, I just added “Zorgor” to Firefox’s dictionary.
Not all of ’em are winners. This was the second drawing I started during lunch. The first one was even worse. I just wasn’t feeling it today. *shrug*
I feel like throughout this whole project, I’ve just been searching for a style I can settle on. I’m always changing up the backgrounds it seems.
I didn’t really feel like thinking today while I drew. Drawing with non-erasable media takes a certain kind of forethought that can get exhausting. Today, I just wanted to lay down some lines and fill in the rest as more of a meditation than anything. Here’s what happened.
Sometimes I’m confused by the things that come out of my pen. This is one of those things. I kind of imagine these guys swimming up to you and enthusiastically sniffing you, grinning the entire time. I have issues.
Today’s sketch is inspired by Zorgor‘s recent post.
This is what came out of my pens today. I originally wanted to put some eyes on it but I didn’t draw them correctly so I just covered them up. I also wanted to make the landscape checkerboard colored, but the clock was ticking. *shrug*
I finished up Monday’s work in progress. It’s a study from my new Illustrations of Rockwell Kent Book The reference illustration is on page 102 of previously linked book, “The First Leg” from A Treasury of Sea Stories.
Oddly, when cropped like this, it looks to be much more of a mountainous landscape than rough waters. *shrug*
I just got my Illustrations of Rockwell Kent Book in the mail last week. After poring over the pages, I decided to a study his water style. The reference is on page 102 of previously linked book, “The First Leg” from A Treasury of Sea Stories.
This came out of my pens today. *Shrug*
I’m pressed for time so I only drew for five minutes. This came out of my pen.