Woo! daemonsparrow and I are manning the Fresh TV booth at #fanexpo #toronto all day today. Come by and say hi if you’re attending!
The original sketch on the far left is by fnook
The rest is my version of the same drawing as I tighten and clean it up to final.
Our styles are similar to the point that we can easily read each other’s rough drawings and know the intent behind them <3
Done up in Photoshop CS4
Awesome job babe. I was gonna revisit this drawing myself, but it looks like you beat me to it. ^_^
myexternalmemory said: Hey buddy! Hope this finds you well! Question - where did you find that marvelous stein glass?! I. NEED. one! :P
Oh that’s easy. I got it from the Blizzard online store:
Wheeeeee… My new beer stein has arrived. My liver is quivering in fear already.
Still battling art block, but listening to a lot of Deadmau5 and drawing cats for my sketchbook… so have a brainfart doodle of a sneaky Meowingtons. Maybe I’ll finish this up but good later.
Doodled in Flash 8
Don’t worry babe, you’ll be out of the art block soon.
i’m not big on LP’s, but this guy seems pretty ok
and this is great practice as well
Lol.. Markiplier is one of my personal fav’s to watch too. The man’s a living cartoon. These drawings are great too.
Oh look’it this… Could this be me storyboarding out something that I haven’t announced yet? Hmmm? Quite possibly…
Using Toon BOOM Storyboard Pro.
After picking up a license for Toon BOOM Harmony 11, I made a special effort to try out some of the cool new features. In particular is the “Mesh Deform” feature which allows for real-time animatable lattice deformation.
In this demo, I’ve created a single teardrop shaped flame drawing, (1 Drawing!!!) then aplyed the mesh deformer to that drawing, and animated the lattice changes over the timeline. The result is a animated flame cycle that looks like it was hand drawn over 24 drawings, instead of a single drawing.
It’s likely that I will post detailed work in progress stages explanations at a later date.
Animated entirely in Toon BOOM Harmony 11, on a WACOM Cintiq Companion slate PC.