Some new illustrations I’m working on recently. The first one I properly call it “It Came from DEVIANTART!” basically making fun of the fanart that’s usually flowing around there. The 2nd one is a lil fan art for the NES classic, Monster Party.
A while ago, Dare2Draw FINALLY posted all of the entries for the February “Quick Draw” contest, including mine. Since Captain Action was the big subject at the event, it was no surprise that every artist were challenged to draw the mighty 60s toy super hero himself.
first swing at drawing AtroxChobatsu’s Sarah N. Dippity. That quote is from a video game called GEX.
Been pondering on what to sketch on my cintiq. So I thought why not doodle one of my favorite toons on Dumm Comics.
Recently an organization known as “Dare2Draw” was holding a long drawing session where models make dynamic poses for artists of all skills to copy. In this case, the models were also posed as “Captain Action” an action toy hero that has been recently been revived and back in toy stores across the nation. The session comprised of
10x 2 minute drawings
4x 5 minute drawings
2x 10 minute drawings
There were also panel discussions from the guests including the founders of Activate!, Geeking Out and the men who currently run the Captain Action franchise. But the big kahuna was at the end of the event. There was a “Quick Draw” event where they give you 30 minutes to draw a topic, which in this case was Captain Action. The big prize turns out to be a HUGE set of Copic markers, an expensive portable watercolor set, and signed comics.
It’s definitely worth going back there next month.
Something new for 2013! Seeing the possible Crash design by Vicarious Visions looks pretty awesome. Love the design. You can find that here at http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2013/01/08/redesigned-crash-bandicoot-spotted-in-vicarious-visions-studio-photo.aspx
The only black and white Mickey Mouse pencil test known to exist: The Mail Pilot, 1933
You guys, look. Look at this fabulous thing.
DAAAANG. It’s like reading early manuscripts of the Bible.
A real gem! I wonder if anyone has some of the pencil tests stashed away somewhere.
Source: Animation Resources