Monday, October 29, 2007

Scanner is dead

My dad's computer just gave up on us last week, and just refuses to boot up, bringing down the scanner with it.
So until it gets fixed, I got no new sketches to show.
I could just bring the scanner over to my computer, but that would require fighting some serious battles, namely against 2 whole mess of wires and organising some space. Call me lazy, but once the com is fixed I'd just have to put everything back. So no thanks, I'd rather wait out this war.

I'll just buy some update time and put up this old thing I did for a friend for his friend. Eh, this friend asked to be anonymous so I can't tell whose or who this is, but its just a simple caricature. =)

Monday, October 22, 2007

Korgoth of Barbaria

From the guys who brought you spongebob, Dexter's Laboratory and Grim Adventure of Billy & Mandy
(warning: there's quite alot of gore ,and lame humor =D)

View Pilot Episode here

Sunday, October 21, 2007

So, what are you doing now?

I get that question alot lately. As well as fairly same reaction.
I guess you have to be earning money to appear normal. Should be finishing my portfolios by November. And then its probably time to get chained down.

The first couple of pics are new concepts of the boy mentioned in my earlier posts. I think this'll probably be the design we're using. (Dog too)

Thursday, October 11, 2007

The progress so far

Yea I know I've not been updating. Truth is, I kinda think my sketches aren't really worth posting anyways.
I do have some of my portfolio peices I wanna put up, but they're in A3, and my puny A4 scanner refuses to work with them.
So until i get them resized for submission, which I'm holding on til I get more out, this blog probably won't see them for a while.

Looking back, I've burned through 4 full sketchbooks since July, which may not mean much to most better artists, but it's probably the most I've drawn within 3 months ever. There have been improvements, which I've yet to document on this blog, but meh, I need to improve more. This is kinda where I'm feeling right now. (Copper comic by Kazu Kabuishi)