This is just a little Rocket I doodled in a training meeting about HR stuffs. I’m excited for this next installment to be out in May, though Chris Pratt’s facial hair seems weird (pointy sideburns?).
Almost 2 1/2 years ago I built my oldest son a Dwarven Axe to his specifications and now my youngest has decided what he would like me to make him. He’s been playing lots of Zelda lately, though we don’t have a Switch, and wanted me to build him a wooden Master Sword. The design above is what I planned out and finally settled on based on pictures and a cardboard mock-up we made to test the scale and measurements. We bought the board for it last weekend and should be cutting on Saturday. Hopefully I remember to take pictures throughout the process. I still haven’t gotten my oldest to decide what he wants to do with his axe. Teenagers…
I had to wait around a bit at Walmart last night to get a tire fixed and I found they were selling the new LEGO minifigure series. So after some nimble package squeezing, I brought home the vet with bunny, the rocket boy, the punk dwarf, two retro space guys, four corn men, and the mystery pirate character!
I may need to get more corn men though, Iowa pride and all.
This is yet another WIP doodle towards that comic I’m putting together reconstructing a classic Star Wars tale.
Last weekend my oldest and I ended a day of errands at the local second hand LEGO store. I picked up another little tub of parts suitable for LEGO mechs, so I started farting around after i got done sorting my loot and made this guy. It’s considerably larger than my last one.
I’m working on a four-part comic strip as a training aid that will retell a classic Star Wars story in a new way. This was my idea for the character styling for the protagonist. His name is Mitchell.
Just a quick doodle on my Surface Pro 3 in Krita
Tonight my youngest and I watched the new Pete’s Dragon on Netflix. I thought it was a really good reimagining of the story, and I decided to doodle up the big guy.
Done on my Surface Pro 3 in Krita.
Today, our family spent a few hours at a local Highland Games festival. I should have bought one of those cool kilts with tha cargo pockets.
This doodle a drew a few days ago, knowing we were going to the festival. I’m certain his tartan pattern is highly inaccurate, but such is a doodle.
This was part of something we are doing for friend at work who can be easily distracted.
I’m gonna name this squirrel Wallace.
I got a custom request through etsy to make an icosahedron and stain the numbers on it for a young couple. That whole process was quite a bit of work, but I think it came out nicely. Haven’t heard back from them yet, but I really hope they like it.