Monday, September 29, 2008
So in order to keep the fire burning and keep my ass drawing some stuff for the sake of drawing(and not drawing for homework or for a challenge), I've decided to do a little exercise that consists of drawing up a sketch before I hit the sheets. So for my first sketch I decided to draw my favorite character, Sanosuke Sagara, from Rurouni Kenshin. After recently watching the anime, I realized how flawed that show was and I have no idea why I liked it so much. Sanosuke went from this bad ass to this cheerleader who gave colored commentary with a ten year old who easily learned all of Kenshin's moves through observation. So the question becomes why didn't his enemies do that if it was that easy?
Friday, September 12, 2008
We hit over 9000, I say we because you (whoever is reading this) are the reason why 10,000 plus people check this little blog out. So thanks to all those who come through here occasionally or frequently to check out the doodles, scribbles, and any other bad creations I conjure up with my pencil and paper. Unfortunately my scanner broke and that's part of the reason why there haven't been that many updates. I gots stuffs, they'll be scanned soon, but until then feel free to leave comments.
Oh yeah that's a revised sketch of a previous doodle. It's old because I scanned that thing in before the scanner broke, but if you have peeped my Deviant Art page, you probably already noticed that that sketch was old.
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow dropped today, which is another Marvel Lionsgate animated production. If you ever wonder why the title changed from Teen Avengers to that long epic name, you can thank the homie Stu for that one and yes that guy with the beanie is Stu. Also the ultra talented Kristina was the storyboard revisionist on the film and the coolest of the cool colorist was none other than James. Also the extremely hard working folks of Hammerfist Productions had their hand in bits and pieces of the film because they were in fact the production interns for the film. You can peep more of there work if you scan over to the right and click on the links. Although James doesn't have anything you can check out yet, you can just cop the movie to see his amazing work. So cop the DVD, its an adventure fun for the whole family and for those who just like to see super hero antics.