Class assignment. We had to depict a seen from a story, so I went with Who’s in Rabbit’s House. It was my favorite tale as a kid.
The tension between the snake fangs and the caterpillar is straight up dead. You know I thought it died because the outline got too thick during the inking process, but looking at it now it’s easy to tell that it was doomed from the get go. Other than that I don’t hate how this looks. Would totally do hatching again. It adds personality to things.
Unintentionally bright flashy colors and I’m not sure if that warrants a warning of some sort but here’s one anyway
I forgot about the Wednesday updates for a bit so there’s no illustration today. There will be one next week somehow, and the rest of the year will probably consist mostly of WIP classwork photos (yay school :D). In the meantime, here’s an Udoli Julie head turn wip.The final version will have all of those awkward frames fixed so that it doesn’t look so gross and weird. As always critique and advice are more than welcomed. Thank you kindly
You get it? Because Alice in Wonderland has tea and Rabbit in the moon makes mochi.
Yeah that was a lame title…
Experimenting with everything here. Trying to go for an inkwash feel on one side and a wood cut print feel on the other. There are things that work in this and things that don’t. The lake and the blue bunny are my favorite parts of this, actually. The colors came out well. Honestly I’d like some feed back on this, since big projects like this aren’t exactly common for me.
Also I’d like to imagine that his watch thing is suspended in midair and just swaying like a pendulum.
Nothing like a squirrel thing to start your day! Still trying to figure out what to do with this chick. Pop stars are boring, and the comedian thing doesn’t work, so have a surfer version of Jetta. It only just hit me that her teeth should be showing a bit since she has a massive overbite.
Starting out with an edited picture of that “PET FISH!” sketch. Most of the stuff that I did over the hiatus was digital coloring and drawing practice, so bear the wonkiness with me.
It doesn’t matter what you say, Monroe. She’s keeping that fish and naming him Paul.
I found a random idea generator online, and it said to draw Albert Einstein with animal mutations. Giraffe Einstein is a genius among giraffes.
Since updating everyday isn’t really working out, and because quality is better than quantity (and I really need better quality), I’m cutting the update schedule to once a week on Wednesday mornings. This way I’ll have more time to show you things that aren’t just hazy photos of floating heads. There will be more time to scan and clean, and maybe some time to color now and then. The goal is to reach a point where the work is actually worthy to be looked at.
Now from September to December things might get a little weird because of school. I’ll still try to upload pictures of school projects, but personal stuff for here might end up taking a backseat. Education comes first.
Any who, thanks for listening to this long winded update post. See you Wednesday!