I didn’t have anything already scanned in for today, so I just decided to draw something random on the computer. Here’s the result.
Another notebook doodle.
As of May 13th, this site is one year old, and contains over a hundred drawings.
So far, so good.
Anyway, just because I’m curious, let me know what your favorite picture has been so far.
Continuing in the vein of Star Wars sketches from memory, this one actually turned out to be decently proportioned.
It’s all the TIE Fighter’s fault.
There I was, trying to do a quick sketch, when the pen had to slip and make this weird squiggle inside what was supposed to be the outline of the cockpit. Never one to give up easily, I proceeded to work that unexpected bit of ink into what became the cockpit window.
However, the original circle I had drawn for the entire cockpit was now just the window, so along comes a bigger circle. A circle which is, of course, a bit out of proportion with the wing I had already drawn.
And thus a just as strangely-proportioned X-Wing is born, to cleverly trick people into the idea that I had planned this all along.
A trick which I have apparently just ruined.
As promised (threatened?), here’s last Tuesday’s edition of the in-class Sketch-O’-Randomness.
Okay, so here’s an illustration I just did for APU. It’s actually the last in a series of five, used for a bunch of related programs. If I can find the other ones, I may have to put them up at some point also.