Sunday, November 23, 2014

Passout City

A familiar sight in our living room on weekday nights...

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Soccer sketches

What better source of inspiration than that which I devote practically all my time to outside work? (Minus art, of course...!)

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Daily SpitDraw

So...there's the 30-minute "SpitPaint" group on Facebook that posts prompts daily. Except I don't reallly paint (let's call it more of a drawing), so I'll just post my response to these prompts here: my personal Daily SpitDraw's.

Tonight's topic is Back which Atlas says, "oops."

It will take some getting used to, posting the occasionally incomplete drawing within the time limit of 30 min. We'll see how long I end up following the rules...

Sunday, October 19, 2014


Had the rather novel experience of playing in goal this weekend's soccer game, when our regular keeper was unable to make it. Whew, really got to smell those keeper gloves up close and personal!

Another, older sketch I did based on some character prompts from Dogbomber's awesome tool.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014


More quick sketches, hope to get them out semi-regularly--I've been slacking on art! And interested in more storytelling, even with the simple doodles...

(This is my long commute to work, with Studio Ghibli music in the background. The most mundane of things suddenly become way more awesome and interesting..!)

Playing Diablo III...

What I imagine my character to be doing every time I "compare" new loot after clearing an area in Diablo III..

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Became very interested in Annette Marnat's blog lately, especially her gorgeous silhouettes and lines of actions--a somewhat geometric style and reminiscent of Mary Blair. This one came out of a Moth story I was listening to, in the sketching process was playing with a simpler silhouette, although I got a bit sidetracked playing with brushes along the way. (Part of Marnat's gorgeous style is the absence of line, and focusing on blocks of color, I cheated the form with some pretty broad outlines here...)

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