I’m trying to push my posing a little bit, so who better to start with then ‘ol crazy legs Spider-man. I built most of this in Inkscape trying to minimize the number of shape defining lines. I might find time to shade it someday.
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The signature edition of Iron Giant came out on BluRay a few days ago, filled with tons of great special features and commentary. The film has also been remastered with some new/enhanced scenes added. I’m also excited about the art book that’s coming out on the 20th. I had to doodle the big lug.
A while back I drew a logo for our quaint little clapboard church. So, they of course decided to build a new worship center and they’ve been asking for a similar logo. This is what I finally came up with.
I scribbled this little guy out in a meeting, inspired by the Helldivers skull logo. I also tried to keep the lines really light and took a picture before shading it. Below are three different attempts to clean up the inks. Left: in The GIMP using color levels to strip out everything but the black (learned from here). Center: taking the levels one into Inkscape and tracing the bitmap with the brightness cutoff threshold at 0.55. Right: again starting with the levels one, and having The GIMP define a path around the lines, then stroking them with a 1pt solid line, and filling.
I like the Inkscape trace the best. I’ll probably color this guy sometime…
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.
This is a little guy I drew out for something. Thought I’d post it.
This a an idea I’m working on for a friend of my wife’s. Her little daughter is a big fan of How to Train Your Dragon and quite the firecracker. She wanted a decal to go on her bedroom door.
Here’s what I eventually rendered in mypaint and inkscape. Will be cutting out in vinyl.
This is how the final cross came out, now to see what it looks like on the screen at church.
I took my original doodle from the sketchbook into Inkscape and created a vector to color all the individual panes. Then I took a few of those layers over to The GIMP for final compositing, lighting, and texture.
Someone asked me to draw an Ed Roth Roadster with a turbo, so this is what I came up with. I tried to stay very close to his classic style and car type.
I started with a loose sketch, then made a some shape guides in inkscape before inking.