Tuesday, February 27, 2007


this was me seeing if I could put two torsos together and keep (relatively) proper anatomy. I also tried to some what stylize the drawing. legs and hands are hard.

Sunday, February 25, 2007


Just getting a feel for how a hyena looks in a cartoon setting...
...then took a more stylized route.
When drawing this guy, I imagined him to be the size of a Chiwawa, it just makes him a lot more funny, no matter how angry he is. All he'd be able to do is run in circles around your feet...

And when hes bugging you, no matter how hard you punted him, he'd just bounce back up again.

Friday, February 16, 2007

SCI-FI! yeah!

"Sci-Fi Sniper" I hope its fairly clear, but the hologram (yes thats what its supposed to be) is showing you what the gun is 'seeing,' aka the inside of the spaceship in the distance. All in all I think it turned out pretty good. I like my rocky background .
Revision of the wild west layout, all I did was touch up the jail's rendering (the stone building on the left) and added lettering. Still....no people, ha ha.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Life Drawings

simple hands and feet life drawings, not much to say here.

Sunday, February 11, 2007


A friend wanted to know what it would look like if the blank space on the 'aztec jungle' layout was filled in. Heres something like what one frame of the animated water might be like.

This was something I drew for fun before the final copy was done so you can see the plant and edge of the pool arent the same anymore.

Monday, February 5, 2007

animation character line-up

This is a class asignment where I had to invent a short cartoon and sketch out the characters. I dont think its going any further then this but I think I might do a few storyboards for fun since these guys (and girl) turned out pretty good.

Saturday, February 3, 2007

even MORE layouts

"Sculpture's Studio" In this layout I gave in and tried to darken the objects in the foreground with a special pencil like my professors been telling me too. I never thought I needed to but he knows what hes talking about. Ended up turning out ok.

On a side note: I totally messed up on the line weight in this picture so the dark objects may look out of place but its the light stuff that wrong, not the dark stuff.

I also liked how I figured out a way to add a gargoyle into the pic. haha.
Oh boy...soooo bad. Walls are blank, I covered both floor lines, it doesn't look cluttered; just random. Plus it seems like I forgot everything I knew about line weight (things closer are drawn darker and vise versa) when I drew this thing. Granted I had run out of time before this thing was due, but then again, still my fault.

Hopefully the fact that this is a revision of the crap below may salvage some of my dignity.
Like I said above, this is the original ''Wizards office" in 2point perspective that I revised to make the above layout. I would beat myself up about it, but I was still learning about layout in general so whatever. Im only posting it so ppl can see the thought process.

(this is not to be confused with the other "wizards office'' I posted a while ago. That "wizards office" is the revised layout of the 1point perspective version. Note that 1point is went you're looking at a wall, and 2point is looking at a corner)

more pirates

These are some extra poses I did of my female pirate character for fun. Her agile-ness was probably what convinced me to put her in more poses. Characters that can really move are always cool. (I think the top-right one is the best)
At the same time I drew the female pirate, I also drew this guy. I wasnt going to post him at first because he just didnt look as good compared to the girl, but, taking a second look at him, hes not bad I guess
Male pirate's back view.