some DrawNight sketches the i liked the direction of. more of a composition study than anything, trying to improve my sense of depth rather than what i usually have done with static fore-mid-rear planes. also some long meetings at work really gave me the time to flesh them out and put some inks in.
some more quickies from the EA lunch sessions. we never do long poses, typically a few 1min warmups, and then into a few 10 -15min poses. for me it's just short enough that you have to force a quick gesture to be able to get anything substantial on the paper, then you can refine it a little. if i were to really try to measure things out i'd have nothing on the paper other than a few scratches in the time allowed.
i jumped on another band wagon recently, Daily Spitpaints on Facebook. 30min speedpaints around a daily theme, no photo textures. it seems like it's kinda blown up over the last 2 weeks since I've been following it. there are a lot of folks chipping in, all levels of skill, some folks really good.
I'm making a haphazard attempt on Inktober this year. Not everyday, but something more like 2-3 a week. Continuing the bots theme.
And I'm using it as an excuse to figure out this Tumblr business. Go there to see the rest.
A big thanks to everyone who came by the table at Comic Con. I had a great time and it was great to talk to with folks. I was really impressed at the response to my work, I think I'll do it again next year.
I'm thinking of doing some more 'Zeppelin Scenic Tours' type images. Maybe flesh out that concept of the world a bit more and come up with some more landscapes.
Been a busy week preparing for the all new Salt Lake Comic Con, now it's finally here! I've got a booth in Artist Alley, come buy to get a sketchbook and a few prints, maybe even a portrait commission.
I'm sharing a table with Tim Odland, right next door to Derek Hunter and Ryan Ottley. Come on down!