I don’t know what I want more, to be able to draw cabins like these, or live in a cabin like these.
Skadi Fanart! I’ve recently read a bunch of Katie Rice’s work, and while I never got around to watching Strip Search, I really like the light-heartedness in her drawings. Also, kind of the general dynamics in a lot of the work that came from Dumm. Here’s to you, Ms. Rice! Please keep making wonderful things!
Also, for you keen-eyed webcomic readers, a little callout to another perennial favorite, Oglaf, by Trudy Cooper! (NSFW)
Holy shit, this is rad. Thank you!!
I don’t get much time to draw for myself these days, so instead of going to bed last night I stayed up and had wine and drew poses from Sia’s Chandelier video. The video’s dancer is amazing. I wish I could have captured her energy better. Also I need to draw hands and feet more, I’m pretty rusty.
Hi there! Thanks for your question. I don’t have these down to an exact science, but there are just a few colours I tend to use for skin tones with different ratios for each. I’ve tried to break it down according to how I think about them - I’ll first figure out whether the person is cool or…
I want to go curl up in a hole, but I feel like it’s my responsibility to address some things first (some are more important that others):
- I work on Adventure Time, not Clarence.
- I’m a storyboard revisionist, not a storyboard artist.
- I did not personally act to get Skyler…
My celebrity Miis are celebrating…something.
Left to right: Corey Feldman (modern version), Howard Stern, Lena Dunham, Jeff Mangum, Tan Mom, Thulsa Doom, Jan Terri, Lorne Malvo, and Derek Savage (of Cool Cat fame).
Saw my friend Kate Lacour’s art being sent around Tumblr, but there’s no credit given to her. She’s amazing though, here is more of her art: http://katelacourart.tumblr.com/
Drawing poses from still pictures has always been a favorite way to relax, yet still get some drawing done. Recently though I started getting tired of the same types of poses in the magazines and books I used for inspiration, so I started taking tons of weird (and sometimes unflattering) selfies to use for reference. Usually I change the body type and clothes and add a different face to make it someone else, but these I just kinda went ahead and drew.
Here is a short comic on an idea I had been thinking about for a while
Another wonderful comic by my friend!