Monthly Archives: December 2016
The Social Justice Warriors are ruining a lot of things. Or so we are led to believe. I know there’s some really special snowflakes out there, and the third wave feminists seem to be harming feminism more than doing good. But the SJW’s? I hardly see or hear them to be honest. You know who … Continue reading
I’ve reached the answer to life, the universe and everything it seems.. But what was the question? I guess it’s all in the eye of the beholder. Today’s eye was drawn from the top of my head, no examples, no tutorials, just going with what i know of the human eye. The corners are lacking … Continue reading
Circadian Contraption 41 It’s a pony! The base was done through a tutorial, the personalizing was from the top of my head, my own design (so no, dont try to figure out what pony this is 😛 )
I’ve promised myself to work on hands, and though its not nearly as good as i want it, its loads better than the broken thumb my minion had. More practice, and it might one day be perfect 🙂
Circadian Contraption 39 Today’s sketch is a minion. Not much to say except that i really could use some more practice on drawing hands. I guess i should start working on a tutorial for that somewhere this week
The glass I’m happy with so far. The candle looks great i think, but the candleholder needs some reshaping, and the flame still looks like crap. I would also want to see the flame reflected in the glass, which at the moment is all but invisible there.
The scene evolves and slowly gets more body. What also has a good body? A nice red wine. An empty glass is a bit sad, so i decided to fill it up with a nice Bordeaux. The surroundings need a bit more work, the reflections on the glass seem a bit weird by 2 different … Continue reading
Circadian Contraption 36 I wanted to embellish the setting with the coffee cup a bit more, so i started with adding a wineglass. I’m not happy with it yet. The scaling is wrong, i need to work on the composition, and it barely seems to be picking up the walls i set up around it … Continue reading
Circadian Contraption 35 A pencil and paper sketch of Dr Seuss’ character The Cat in the Hat.
I’m not quite sure what the rules on origami are. My memory tells me something like it has to be folded from a single piece of square paper, without cutting, tearing or gluing. Whether this is an official rule or not I don’t know, but depending on the answer today’s build either is or is … Continue reading