In honor of the July 1st launch of TimeSlingers.com, I thought I’d put up this bit of sort-of-concept art. I had done it while just trying to think of illustration ideas for one of the episodes, though I wasn’t really planning on using it for that one.
It did, however, form the basis for the illustration of another episode… you’ll have to keep an eye out for it.
Okay, no more black and white line drawings for the moment.
Anyway, I decided to spend a few minutes playing around the the Wacom tablet last night, and here’s what I ended up with. I’m actually thinking of making it part of a bigger scene, since I like how the style turned out. So stay tuned for more dragony goodness!
If only they were roses, he might have had a chance…
Why it’s in a paper bag, I have no idea. Probably either looking for choice morsels of tender veal, or someone just bought it at the grocery store. The latter is more likely.
Dash it all! Tuesday night, and I’ve no picture ready to put forth!
< thoughtful silence >
And ten minutes later, we have this…
Our office was designing a few shirts for the Master of Fine Arts program, and while they didn’t ask me to help, I just had to be as contributive as possible. (Now you see why they didn’t ask me.)
(That weird person thing is a loose reference to the sculpture style of the MFA’s director.)
As the Philosopher once said:
“Even the panda, being but a beast of small stature when lying in the mud, has every recourse to take up arms against those oppressive forces of human nature—greed, jealousy, and verisimilitude—and strike a blow for the preponderance of earthly denizens foraging out their days in the wilderness of lonely hope.”
Okay, I admit it. Today’s notebook doodle was inspired by the last post. It’s a bit less green, though.