Monthly Archives: April 2017
I’ve continued with my original character from yesterday, cleaning it up, making some of the adjustments I mentioned yesterday and given him a tentative name (I need to do some research on other usage of the name), Pete Pencilneck.
So I’ve been drawing a lot of known cartoons so far. All following strict guidelines on how to draw their faces, their bodies, everything. Not much original, but the purpose here was learning. So today I decided to try and make a character of my own. Something unique. In later versions I might make the … Continue reading
Can you tell I love cartoons yet? Here’s another one, to partner yesterdays cow. The quality i think is a bit lower, but you can still recognize the very iconic characteristics I think.
When drawing cartoon style characters I have a habit of “sketching” every line. With this I mean that I draw a tiny bit of the line, and go back and forth over it applying little pressure to expand on it. I’ve been told that this is a bad habit and its better to make broader, … Continue reading
And for my second contraption I have remade something I made ages ago when I played the Matrix Online. It’s astonishing how much one forgets in the span of 10 years, I had to do quite a bit of research to get this to work again, but here it is. This little page/script tries to … Continue reading
Yesterday was a slacker day where I totally forgot to make a contraption, so today you’ll get a double shot again. I’ve been working with my 3d-pen to see if i could make a bit more complex wireframes. It’s still relatively simpel, but here’s the first contraption of today.
In a followup on the bucket I placed on my coworkers desk recently, I decided i wanted to mess with scale a bit. So I took a cup and mulitplied it, one tiny, one huge. This is where I realized that even though the cup comes from that image, scaling it will mess up the … Continue reading
What is Abbot without Costello? What is Tom without Jerry? What is Laurel without Hardy? Not half as fun as they are together I say. Hence my contraption of today, Dexters counterpart, Deedee!
Back to the old drawing board again. Kind of a fitting remark to go with this little boy genius. Turned out pretty much exactly as planned.
A while ago I went to a burlesque party where I took this picture. The picture in itself wasnt that special, except for that somewhat primary color scheme that it had, red, blue and green. With a little bit of editing I think I made it pop even more, and made it more interesting