Sorry for the hiatus there. There was a good reason for it, at least! I had my kid! She’s an adorable little grump so far. 🙂
sketching out some shapes that turned out looking like a dress, so I put someone in it. I guess she’s fixing her hair? Or dancing maybe?
Punching with his Purple Pounder fists, this puny pugilist is ready to pounce!
I made this of me and my husband! I printed them onto on sticker paper, cut out some cardboard, and we can now play as ourselves in stuff like Dixit, Arkham Horror, Battlestar Galactica, and Betrayal at House on the Hill (and probably other boardgames, but these are the ones I know we have).
Inspired by Evan Dahm (creator of Vattu, which is an amazing story that I highly recommend), I’m trying out an art style where I scan my roughs and color them as is. This is a wastelander guy from the steampunk zombie anthology I’m working on.
Found this dude in the local Starbucks, checking his phone while Jordan dunks his crotch. Yep.
Alright! After a few weeks of challenges that I couldn’t really replicate too well, they had a four horsemen of the apocalypse episode! My concept here is that four regular people found some pretty badass looking masks. So, like curious humans do, they put them on. The masks integrate into their bodies, make them go …
Chuck Wendig (Terribleminds blog, I do the flash fic challenges sometimes) wrote a thing that included a modified version of the Mad Max war boy chant. It really stuck with me, so I drew it.
A friend of mine just texted a description of a hipster monk smoking a cigar. I needed a break from drawing bird-folk, so I thought I’d take a stab at sketching him.
Okay, so I couldn’t actually hear what the cab company responded with, but I think I got it pretty close!