I finally got a bunch of the sketches I did in San Francisco scanned, so I thought I'd start a sketchbook to post them. Hopefully it will keep me motivated to keep on drawing as well. Plus, all the cool kids are doing it.
I drew this one on the plane. I don't know what it is, but it looks like an illustration out of a prehistoric Charlotte's Web.
The roomies and I had a mini-Thunderdome in our room the first night. The topic was The Elusive North-Floridian Skunk Ape. I think ChromaticCodex won, for the sole fact that his had a magic wand.
Wow, I can't believe I drew his hand on backwards. That's downright embarassing.
We then headed over to the Galleria where we had a few more Thunderdomes. The first was Robot Buddha. Mine was an Enlightenment vending machine.
And then we did Zombie Jesus. I drew him cartoony because it's less blasphemous that way. I think I read that somewhere. Probably the Bible.
It's a guy in a tree. I'm not too happy with it, but my goal was to draw something that took up the entire page, and I did just that.
I drew the head of this guy and was planning on giving him long flowing regal robes, but then I realised how incredibly cliche he was going to look so I just went in the completely opposite direction and gave him this bent over naked body with screwed up anatomy. Much creepier, if you ask me.
I mostly just love trying to imagine how this guy would sound when he talks.
Another Thunderdome we did. The topic for this one was Fabulously Gay Santa. The tall handsome lad is Mrs. Claus.
Canadian cyclops, perhaps?
Hehehe. This was originally a drawing of Pac-Man but apparently somebody got a hold of my sketchbook and added the -LEY. I think they're trying to imply Jason Manley has a big smile or something.
A creature that I just realised must have been subconsciously inspired by the chairs in the Triton lobby.
Drawn just minutes before the infamous Insect Battle extravaganza started.
This is a sketch for my Angel Thunderdome entry. Unfortunately that's as far as it got.
This is a life drawing of three or four people in one done on the last night there.
New sketches coming soon! Hopefully!