I seriously have too many projects. Here are sketches from a few of them.
I hate that I find myself repeatedly apologizing for my lack of blogging. Though I am quite sorry. Since graduating, my schedule has sadly been conducive neither to the immersion of self in nerd-tastic books nor to the eager pursuit of self-publication. Aside from work I find my time largely consumed with family happenings and … Continue reading In the Absence of Words
That took way longer than I thought it would but the actual publishing process with KDP was so easy, I felt like I was doing it wrong. Thus concludes my first attempt at an illustrated story! About "Night Zoo" Midnight at the Gate: Phantasy Night Zoo, Vol. I will be one of a dozen or … Continue reading Beyond the Night Zoo
I liked to read about animals and draw in elementary and middle school. Naturally you'd think that I drew animals. But, no. I didn't because I was also a perfectionist who couldn't draw real animals as accurately as I wanted. (I was aware of drawing methods like the grid method but I disliked using them for a few reasons: (1) I felt like I should … Continue reading Shading Practice
I miss drawing fan art. This is from 2010. Anyone familiar with the anime Ronin Warriors (aka Yoroiden Samurai Troopers)? It's one of those shows that was great in middle school but is too painful to watch now (1980's animation/dialogue, anyone?) however it will always have a special place in my heart (and on my bookshelf; I … Continue reading Old School Fan Art
Today is Cow Appreciation Day and if you wear a cow costume to Chick-fil-A, they'll give you a free chicken sandwich. Which reminded me of a brief story: A few years ago, my brother Anton had really wanted to participate in Chick-fil-A's Cow Appreciation Day but didn't have a cow costume so he went as a gorilla. … Continue reading The Gorilla on Cow Day
Lately I've been drawing exclusively for projects so I took a break today to sketch something unrelated and fun. #2 pencil on computer paper