Draw/Design everyday, Week 5 – Hands

Posted by February 1st, 2010 No Comments

25-01-2010 to 31-01-2010. Hand drawn hands,

I thought that this week it would be good to draw something I and a lot of folks have trouble with. I don’t think my efforts suck too hard, still a ways to go yet.


Posted by January 29th, 2010 No Comments

Have you ever been so excited that physically showing just how manically happy you are could get you arrested in 9 out of 10 countries? Ever thought you rectum might just prolapse if the whole world didn’t know you were feeling so damn good? If you answered yes to either of these questions or just like monkeys this right here is the t-shirt for you.
Buy one now before your bum turns inside-out!

Draw/Design everyday, week 2 – Ninjas

Posted by January 11th, 2010 No Comments

This week, ninjas! all rough as guts quick pencil sketches

Draw/Design everyday, week 1 – Yokai

Posted by January 4th, 2010 No Comments

I can be kinda lazy, as much as I enjoy drawing and designing things sometimes it’s just easier to play a game (I’ve gone through Borderlands twice in a couple of weeks)  or watch a movie in my free time. So to get me doing something more productive and get the creative juices going  I’ve decided to draw or design something new everyday.

The rules I’ve set for my self aren’t to strict (Hell If i break ’em who’s going to punish me?) Every week I’ll have a theme, which I’ll extend into the next week if I feel like it.
I don’t plan to spend too much time on it every day – max 40 mins (unless I really get into and have the time)

The  first week has just ended the theme was Yokai, creatures from Japanese folklore.

1. Monday 28/12/2009  –  Kappa, water sprite, usually seen as mischievous troublemakers. This was done in photoshop with a Wacom Tablet.


Bye bye Buttercup

Posted by December 11th, 2009 No Comments

Twas a fine spring evening back in 1953 when Buttercup the cow heard a strange and frightening sound. She stopped chewing her cud and looked around. Nothing there. She put her head back down to nibble off some more grass and found that ground was slowly moving away.