I recently heard that Disney will be creating a new Duck Tales series, and I thought I would doodle up the boys. Not sure why I didn’t pick Marvel heroes, but this is what popped in my head.
I finally found some of the Disney series LEGO minifigures in the store the other day and scored myself a Stitch! I love that little troublemaker.
This weekend we added a scrawny, big earred, long neck, lanky little monster to our family named Scout. Hopefully our sophisticated madam of the house will take to him.
The creative team behind Avatar: Legend of Korra released a new Voltron series a few weeks back on Netflix! (we binge watched it in the first three days…) I’ve been meaning to doodle some part of the new design so here’s what I came up with.
One of our good friends with an unhealthy obsession for Justin Timberlake, bacon, Pennsylvania, and beer asked me to draw up a poster for her. This was the linework I came up with, and then added many more elements around it. Her mug was in the photo frame.
This year, we planted some strawberries and a few different types of peppers in the tiered garden I made for the back yard.
I got to build a “Beer Light” for a local organization, so the boss could signal the end of the day and a time to have some camaraderie. It has two different designs, alternating every other side. The light inside is a CFL, so it shouldn’t get too hot, and I left a 1/8″ gap at the top to let out heat.
I was farting around drawing some random tattoo ideas a few days ago and wandered off for sometime drawing this. It reminded me a lot of a wooden block print kind of style. Have a great memorial day weekend!
I scribbled a base out in MyPaint then designed the whole thing in Inkscape.
My wife had this set of coasters she really liked but never used, so i built a frame for two of them.
This picture was after all the pieces were cut (to check the fit). I eventually painted the inside edges black before gluing and nailing the glass and frame together.
I decided to render a quick step-by-step process video for my Cap’n-A doodle. (The movie was great!) Most of the drawing was in MyPaint (some corrections in Krita) and textures in The GIMP.
2. Subdue the sketch
3. Lines (front foot was junk)
4. New foot
5. Extra line weight and fills
6. Ground Shadow
7. Gray-tone colors
8. Add background texture
9. Layout shadows on figure
10. Color multiply the shadows
11. Add texture to figure