After a short discussion about what the difference was between a Derby hat and a Bowler hat, I looked it up. Apparently, they’re the same thing, except a Derby is American and a Bowler is British. Either way, they are great fun (as depicted below).
Shading practice, monster style.
As requested, there is now a spherret and a raccone to go along with my squarrel. Oh, and it’s a bit of a stretch (say it with an accent and it makes sense), but there’s a cuboid too. Geometranimals galore. The spherret may think the cuboid is some kind of flying candy.
It’s random dream time, because It’s my blog and I can. I’ve named this one The Countdown, but it could just as easily be called “crazy scary apocalypse is coming doom doom DOOM.” Here is my quick doodling of what the hell happened. So yeah, my friend the werewolf and I (and a few others) …
I was rummaging through my “things I’ve done” files and came across this little dragon. She’s very helpful for things like lighting birthday candles and toasting marshmallows.
They don’t show up too much, just at the beginning and end, but Vix has three younger brothers. Page 3 sample!
What’s the coolest cerapod? Triceratops? Nah. How about Styracosaurus? This little critter certainly thinks so.
I <3 Batman. He’s awesome. He’s cooler than getting to play around with ink splatters all morning. Edit* I was asked how this was made. Ink blots + Photoshop is the short answer. The long answer is I started out with some slightly messed up copy paper and cardstock (not usable in the printer …
Another Vix page is done. Here we see the young fox’s mother and little brothers. In fox families, the girls will sometimes stay an extra year while the boys venture off on their own. Too bad Vix isn’t much of a babysitter.
I loved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as a kid and Donatello was my favorite turtle by far.