After a week of fearsome battling and extremely deft swordplay, I am proud to announce that the Albino Kraken team was finally able to stave off the attacks of the venomous server gnomes so we may once again return to the important task of keeping you happy.
Anyway, the above drawing was yet another quick pen-only sketch, but I decided to give it a swift bit of colorization to make you feel like you’re still getting your money’s worth after all that downtime.
Oh, and for those of you who didn’t know you were supposed to be sending me money, now’s a good time to start.
I just did this for fun this while working on APU’s Interactive Christmas Card. It did manage to make its way into the concept art gallery, but ended up fairly small. I thought I’d post a better version.
Well, I thought I should try my hand at a little old-fasioned animation, and here’s the result. (The beginning with the blobby things was just a bit of playing around until I decided what it was I actually going to do.)
Actually, the entire thing was pretty much made up as I went along. The next one will have more of a plot, I promise. Though it won’t necessarily be any longer. Or have water, since that’s rather annoying to animate. Then again, I like how some of its reactions worked out, as when the boat falls in.
I just recently got a small sketchbook and pen, which, thanks to their aforementioned size, should be able to accompany me places where my other ones couldn’t have. This should (theoretically) allow me to practice the art of… art, I suppose, more often than previously. The sketches from this book, then, are also going be pretty quick and rough, as I’m not using a pencil to do a bit of preemptive work before putting ink to page.
Anyway, here’s one of the first entries: A hasty tribute to the last vestiges of the Christmas season and to furry-hatted men with polearms everywhere.