This was actually my bulletin doodle from two weeks ago, but I’ve been crazy busy of late.
My oldest son and I went and saw the newest Star Trek movie a few weeks back and this was my church bulletin doodle that Sunday. It’s pretty horrible.
Another church bulletin doodle that has been in the sketchbook for a few weeks. I tried to draw a cuter version of Splinter and the Can Opener.
I think it was last week one of the sketch_dailies topics was Woody from ToyStory. One of the submissions had him with Buzz’s Leg and an arm, so I thought I’d try to fully combine the two characters into a space sheriff. “To the waterhole, and beyond!”
I have not been doing a very good job of posting lately, so I have a bunch of my Sunday bulletin doodles piled up in the sketchbook. This was my attempt to start working on a faux stained glass wallpaper for our church’s projection screen. Our old chapel had an amazing stained glass window above the baptistry, right in the center of the back wall. Our new building is lacking a little of this character so I’m gonna see if I can change that.
I pulled this sketch into Inkscape where I cleaned it up and then separated all the individual panes. Now for some coloring and photo lighting effects.
Greetings from hiatus with this week’s bulletin doodle. Once I added the mustache to this manly warrior, I thought he’d need chest hair too… Can turtles grow chest hair? Are they keeping some chest hair miracle hidden away in their shells? He really needs to get a lighter sword too.
Colored in The GIMP and Krita.
This was my bulletin doodle for today, the Pastor brought up Star Wars in the first few minutes of his sermon so he’s really partially to blame. I took the boys to go see the movie last Wednesday and we were all very happy! I especially like how they re-introduced the Millenium Falcon.
This was another doodle I did sometime last week, that I forgot to post. They “pew pew” is translated from the wookie’s native tongue which would probably be like “uuuuggghhhhhhhhrarrrrrrrgghhhhhhhhaah.”
This was last Sunday’s bulletin doodle at church, a festive house in a friendly shape.
I also made a new silkscreen for shirts and stuff.
This week’s bulletin doodle. Last night our church had our Children’s Christmas Cantata, which was absolutely adorable. It was a simple reminder of God’s free gift to all of us.
For an added bonus, below is the cantata backdrop I made for the auditorium and our digital signage, last week’s bulletin doodle of Vader throwing down the imperial march, and a picture of our wooden Christmas tree after we got all the ornaments and lights on.
This weeks church doodle. I’m pretty excited about the new Star Wars movie coming out, but if that Kylo Ren guy turns out to be Jar Jar or even Luke, I just won’t know what’s real in the world anymore.