Sunday, 31 August 2014
It seems pretty apt as a topic to come back with. The past year has not been without its challegnes, and continues to be difficult.
I've been through a very difficult time, and hopefully will come out the other side stronger for it.
Someone close to me also has been in a difficult place, and the same should be true for them when they reach the other side.
It was a quickie this week, to try and get back into the habit of drawing and posting - both of which have been lacking in my life over the past year.
Its not a great image, but its not bad for a half-hours' work.
Sunday, 23 June 2013
Sunday, 10 March 2013
Friday, 1 March 2013
I messed up this drawing and am now sad and frustrated. You can see about half the image is more solid, dense and blurred than the other. That's because I drew a lot of it, accidentally, on the wrong layer. I made a rough white and grey image first to scribble over, and inadvertently switched to this layer halfway through. By the time I realised, I had about two hours' worth of drawing which I'd have had to scrap, if I had done what I should have done, which is to start over.
No way, Jose!
So I ported it across from one layer to the other, but that entire block was opaque due to the background. Bottoms.
So, this would have been a bit nicer of an image had I been either a) less careless or b) less lazy.
But I'm not!
Tuesday, 1 May 2012
The question which would win in a fight between a crocodile and a shark has recently been much contested.
Assuming the crocodile has had ample basking time and they are a size-for-size match, I'm backing the croc. Though I don't know how they fare in open water.
Sharks are still cooler, though.
I didn't draw this for IF originally, but for a friend with whom sharks have been much discussed, and which recently have featured the shark/croc dilemma.
It just so happens that the topic 'Jump' rather fits the bill as well.
But is it really jumping if a creature has no legs?