So I doodled a fucked up mermaid on the back of my sketchbook. It was one of those rare spontaneous drawings that I ended up loving, so I inked and colored it. I affectionately call her Methelda the Mermaid. She likes collecting sea-shells and meth.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
So "Dan Vs." on the Hub is pretty much my new favorite thing. The roommates and I cannot get enough of it! First of all, it's hilarious. Probably one of the best written shows out there! It's constantly teetering on the line between adult humor and kiddie friendly television and that's something I never grow tired of! Also, character designs by Chris Battle, voice work by Booger from "Revenge of the Nerds" and the legendary Dave Foley, and one time they made a shout out to my favorite movie, the Professional. Give it a watch if you haven't already! It's seriously that good.
Anyway, I'm drawing Dan a lot now - I can't help it. I love the little jerk <3
Monday, September 17, 2012
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Basically, it's a show with very little plot other than there's a group of junior high students that join a ping pong club and are very sexually frustrated. The show has been called "the Japanese South Park" so that alone is reason enough to watch it. The humor is wonderfully off-beat and sick, as is the art. I mean, this is some meme-worthy stuff
So these two are the main characters, and my personal favorites - Maeno and Izawa. They are basically Japan's answer to Beavis and Butthead, only with more cross-dressing and homo-eroticism. Role the clip!
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Here's a concept illustration for a children's book idea that isn't strong or fleshed out for me to do anything with but I still kinda like the idea. Who knows, maybe someday I'll come up with a sure-fire story for this little girl. But basically the idea is she's the "Creepy Crawly Princess" - a little girl who doesn't quite fit in with the "girly-girly" mold and loves bugs and the study of them more than anything in the world. She protects bugs from getting squished and on occasion has wild tea-parties with them. The insect kingdom hails her as their princess in return.
She is some-what based on yours truly back when I was a wee lass.
Monday, September 3, 2012
Here's a quick and dirty Dingle Berry Hound walk cycle I did for practice. I recognize that I'm no Richard Williams, but considering I was just messing around in flash and animation is not my major or focus, I'm pretty happy with how this turned out!