Monday, April 27, 2009

At the Met

Tried a few pen sketches at the Met last weekend. It's been a while since I've tried a long-term study. Since I started working in animation I've found myself working more heavily in gesture. My rendering is something I want to improve this year. I'll be back to the Met with a large pad and charcoal soon.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Museum of Natural History Trip #3

Trip number three, this time with my buddy Kyle who's in town from Cleveland. Ballpoint pen sketches, brush pen, and one lonely pencil sketch.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

ASIFA Pose Sessions #7

I haven't posted these for a while. One-five minute poses. The past two or three times I wasn't too pleased with my sketches, but I think I'm getting back on track with last night's sketching here. Haha, I'm less pleased with the scans I made of them. Last year I was able to draw the models' faces in time before they switched poses. I'm either trying to be more careful, or more selective, or something, but I just don't seem to have the time to work on the faces these past half-dozen sessions.

I've been working all week on designs that I can't post here for some time. Hopefully I'll be able to post something nice soon.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Turkey-Tarako Comics Blog

I've set up a new blog along with my girlfriend. It's called Turkey-Tarako Comics and is devoted mostly to bizarre jam-comics that we come up with in various public places. I always carry a pen and my mind is always filled with strange dancing puppet-dinosaurs and things, so they naturally come out if I'm sitting around and there's a piece of paper handy. Once I pass the pen to AZ, the pagr gets even stranger. So now there's a little blog to showcase them. Check it out!

Here's a sample:

And another:

Turkey-Tarako Comics! Enjoy!