Pokemon is 20 years old today! Thought it would be cute to draw the two other popular monsters wishing Pikachu a happy anniversary. Jibanyan doesn’t understand these old dudes. He’s probably just there for the cake. Haven’t drawn Pikachu in forever, and I’ve never drawn Agumon or Jibanyan in my life. All things considered they don’t look that bad. Color pencils aren’t my forte, but why not try something new for the occasion? Here’s to more years of trying to catch them all!
(But uh…Nintendo…Toei…you guys should like…really have a Pokemon Digimon crossover…Somehow…please)
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
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
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.