And you don’t care if some ink was killed because you’ve got Photoshop at home to fix things with
And you’re tired of seeing your Rob Liefeld April Fools day joke at the top of the site!
So my school is awesome because it has tons of resources for the taking and heck yeah I’m going to use it every chance I get! Playing around with inks because I wanted to do a thingamabob, and well I really love how these came out! Had to draw both pictures over several times to get things just right, and dang it that was worth it!
Also, it’s time to introduce some chars! The character that Monroe is cowering behind like a little baby is named Nehele. He’s some type of an orc…fairy…water sprite…thing…I don’t know. His gene pool is special even for a mythical creature. He’s a nice guy. The female is named Liz. She’s a harpy and she’s really, really judgmental.
Liz probably wanted to prove she was right and dragged Monroe and Nehele along for the adventure. Whatever they found sure has her excited. Monroe, though? Poor fellow’s probably never going to leave his house again.
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
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.
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.
Practicing water colors with Dumb Dog Monroe. Watercolor are hard to use, but I wouldn’t not use it again. It’s a little like using ink, which makes it easy to work with. It’s much different from oil paint, though I am tempted to find a tiny knife and smear a big blob of it onto the paper.
Lookit those tiny humanish hands! Freaky looking things!