Sunday, April 25, 2010

What can you possibly accomplish?

2 weeks ago I made a totally rad drawing of a totally rad guy, mostly known by his mortal name "Mike".

When I was done, I really felt that I needed to give it too him, so I later did.

I should totally start selling watercolour paintings once I get the hang of it. As of now, I've just been giving them away. Though, I really like that too. Much less pressure, and makes for cheap gifts.

I didn't feel like doing another Mr. Freeze, so I coloured the old one sloppy and quick:

And here's my version of Peter Griffin:

Saturday, April 24, 2010

This is how I'll always remeber you

Mr. Freeze is one of my all time favorite villains, and he has been ever since I saw the Heart of Ice episode of Batman TAS.

I wanted to make my own version of him, but failed. It turned out decent after the inking regardless, but still very similar to the original Mignola version. Oh well, nothing wrong with that. But I may redraw him later.

Monday, April 19, 2010

A completly unrelated title

Talking to Michael yesterday about his store with more than fair prices and amazing and hip items for sale, made me remeber back in the days when I started Glitchtown. This was back in 2008 when Webcomics Weekly and How To Make Webcomics was all in the rage, and I made a pretty funny strip about a certain typo in said book. I was so happy when even Brad Guigar himself wanted to order a print of that strip.

Anyway, back then I was thinking about opening up a store of my own, mostly cause I wanted to do a shirt based on the whole Unsharking thing. I still think the print I had in mind looked pretty decent. I never showed it to anyone back then, and the idea kinda died out, but I thought I could show you now instead.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

If I may interject

Felt like doing something that looks like I cover.

I really need to learn how to colour better. It looks pretty good, but too... I don't know. Sloppy and unprofessional. Meh.


Created a canvas, filled it with a yellow/brown colour and started drawing faces, and didn't stop before the entire canvas was full.

When I make generic faces, I prefer them bald for some reason. Click for fullview.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

And now for something completely different

I and my fellow friend and camera enthusiast Jacob did a hostile takeover of the school's photo studio today. For photoing, you see.

Alas, our creative ideas disappeared at the blink of an eye - or perhaps there never were any there to begin with - so we started doing all sorts of weird stuff.

In our mind weird stuff may or may not equal creativity. It's hit and miss, you never know.

Like, say, pointing down an empty plastic box. Creative? Meaningful? Who are you to judge? It's not for the critics eyes. It's way beyond that. Beyond criticism.

I brought my hat and 'stache though.

I needed to look amazing.

Should be worth noting that Jacob has taken all of these pictures. Except this one:

He's batman. Or Jesus. The specifics are quite unclear at present.