I am entering my final week of my daily sketch challenge where I draw a Disney character every day for the month of July. Little did I know that this would truly be a challenge, because I found myself drawing several of these characters over multiple times until I was satisfied.
Like all of my sketches, all of these were done on toned paper using grey markers and white prismacolors. I also added one accent color to keep these simple and maximize the effect of the toned paper.
In most of my sketches, there is a little something “hidden” that true Disney fans would appreciate. I think there are three sketches that don’t contain this special hidden object… or maybe I hid them so well I don’t remember where they are.
Check out my Tumblr to view all of my Disney Summer Sketches. Also, check out my new Instagram page to see some behind the scene sketches and pics!
During the winter last year, I challenged myself to draw one Pokemon a day for 28 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas. It was so much fun I decided to do it again this summer… with Disney characters!
So starting today and running through the entire month of July, I will attempt to draw one Disney character a day. I hope to have a good mix of well known characters and some lesser known ones. Any Disney property is fair game for these sketches, movies, television, comics, Disney Parks, etc.
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This holiday season, I decided to issue myself a little challenge. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas, I am going to draw one Pokemon every day and post it up on Tumblr. Check me out on my Tumblr and Twitter posts, and if you have any suggestions, send me a shout out!
Bryce and Sherry and me at Green Brain Comics
If you follow me on Tumblr, Facebook or Twitter, you must know by now that I helped out Fox 2 Detroit on a story that raised awareness for the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange. http://www.mare.org
If you don’t follow me on Tumblr, Facebook or Twitter… well what are you waiting for? Click HERE to read about the story and get links to the actual news segment and a Vine that I did with Bryce and Sherry Margolis.
Thanks to Sherry Margolis and Green Brain Comics for involving me in such a great cause. Tis the season to spread a little love!
Hey everyone! Check out my Tumblr to see some new pics and drawings I did in Charlotte for this year’s HeroesCon.
I just wanted to send a quick word to everyone that I was recently interviewed by Rob Worley of the wonderful comic Scratch 9. Click here to check out that interview!
Here is a drawing I did for DSD a few Thursdays ago. The “game” was to draw a randomly chosen character fighting some random chosen villains. The character that was chosen was X-23 and her foes could be either: a Platypus, and Ice Cream Sandwich, a Mummy or Salmonella. Of course I chose salmonella.
I had fun with this piece, and I think I may put some simple color into this one. We’ll see how much time I have.
Scratch 9 is a really cool comic written by Rob Worley and drawn by Jason Kruse. It is about a cat who is able to summon the assistance of one of his other nine lives when he gets into a pickle. This fun tale is perfect reading for those that are young in age and young at heart.
I drew up one of my favorite characters, Ichirou. He is a Shaolin cat from 489 A.D. (And as Rob states, he’s hot like wasabi!) Ichi is a fun character to draw, so maybe I’ll have a little more time to kick around a few more Scratch 9 sketches in the near future! If you haven’t checked out this great series, run out to your local comic book store and check it out!
Oh, and if you’d like to see the black and white line drawing of Ichi, you can check out Rob’s blog on Scratch 9’s site.
In case you haven’t heard in various interviews or on Desmond’s site, I am a pretty huge fan of The Simpsons and Futurama. Last week, Futurama returned to episodic television with brand new show on Comedy Central. In honor of this, I felt compelled to do up a little fan art. I don’t think I am done with the colors, so I may update this in the near future.
Be sure to tune in on Thursdays to see new episodes!
Just did a study for my new story for DSD Anthology II, the Gingerbread Hipster. I don’t thinks kids will get it at all and I pretty much gave away the ending to the story in this sketch… but I am doing it anyway!