Finished an illustration project for school. The goal was to illustrate two scenes from a children’s story. I picked The Fox and the Grapes, and though it could use some fine tuning, it didn’t turn out too badly. Oh you should have seen the others, though. This one girl illustrated the Persephone and Hades story. It turned out beautifully, man!
I made a mock comic yesterday as an excuse to play with a new character and loosening up my drawings. It has no rhyme or reason, and is as legible as a preschooler’s scribbles, but it was fun practice XD
WIP of a project for illustration class. We had to chose two random images from a box and combine the subjects in a fitting way. I got a baby and a donkey, and then this happened XD. Needs to be painted.
Back up plan in case things go array (and they always go array). Old, partially inked sketch of Jetta and her buddy Cleo as a dullahan and a candy corn witch (pretty sure Cleo was forced to wear that XD). It was going to be a little card thing, buuuut that idea went out the window.
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.