It’s all out of context because this is page three and I haven’t put the words in yet, but I’m happy with this right now. If only I wasn’t so far behind…
Yes actually! It’s been a long time though and the shorts I did weren’t very good since it was my first time doing such a thing. One of them is the portrait of a weeaboo. I was comin’ out of my phase at the time… It was all back in high school! I’d link you to them, but Deviantart hasn’t been working for me for the last few days so I can’t access it currently :(
As for favorite cartoon… Define “kid!” I know started at about age 6 I was absolutely in love withSpeed Racer! Then around age 9 I got my first taste of Digimon and I was just done. A life-long passion erupted! Gracious, I’ve loved so many cartoons over the years though… it’s really hard to just pick one!
Some sketch requests from last Thursday night! I’m working on the others as well, I just have been swamped with homework, forgive me! These are taking a little longer to get through because I’m trying to do them digitally, which I’m slower at… but I can only get faster and better with practice!
This drawing came as a part of a project/New Year’s Resolution that has kind of fallen to the wayside (yes, already!) My goal for this year is to draw for myself every day! I have managed to work on art almost every day, but most of it has been for class and not for myself. Oh well, close enough, right?
Anyway, this was started on the 2nd, but I didn’t finish it until tonight because school has kept me busy. It was sort of a style experimentation based off of Gurren Lagann. How do ya think I did?
I think I need to draw Pokemon more often! They’re fun!
Ahh! Omg thanks Ninjka! :D
Here’s some work for my Constructive Animal Anatomy class! We had to make up our own creature and draw out a lot of aspects of it including skeletal structure. Here’s my animal’s skeleton from three views- Lateral, Ventral, and Dorsal!
My final project for my cartooning class! We had to create another shirt design, this time for children. I admittedly didn’t spend too much time on this, but it didn’t turn out too terribly.
A space themed kids activity page that I did for my cartooning class! We could choose any topic and run with it, so I decided on a sort of retro Jetson’s-y space theme! It was a bit of a challenge to come up with all of the shapes and colors, but in the end I don’t think it came out too shabby! I might try to work in this style again to improve it more. It was fun to experiment with!
The fifth and final comic strip for the bunny series for my cartooning class! Who thinks that playboy bunnies are accurate representations of rabbits?
This was probably my favorite one when all was said and done. Clearly I had the inkling of a style emerging once the final strip came about. Just in time to no longer be working on the project of course! Haha.