A fun, if weird pose. Although it kinda reminds me of this... Suffice it to say that though Twilight Sparkle may not dance well, she is absolutely adorkable.
Back to the image. Freezing a frame on someone during a motion can yield hilarious or horrifying results. Long story short, I have no idea if Roxanne is a good dancer or not.
But in this moment, when she thinks she's alone, at least she can let it out!
I love this drawing, I really do. She does look a bit derpy, but it's only because she's mid yawn.
I know I say it a lot, but this one really was a lot of fun to draw.
Also, ::phew!:: This is the last of the falsely-labeled-11-now-labled-12 collection. Which means we can get back to not having my signature look like crap! Hooray!
Drew this in a cafe. Came out... funky. All twisty and psychedelic or something like that. Interesting; wonder what's in the coffee there...
A stereotypical tourist-type shot of Roxanne. I quite like the angle and the fun detail.
That hand, on the other hand... well, practice makes perfect. Besides, I think it would look better if it were shaded.
Funny story. So, sometime in middle January I was showing my mom my sketchbook, and she starts to ask me something... knowing my mother, I flinch, thinking it will be a critique of my art. But no, this time, it was that I was still signing my pictures "11" when it's 2012. ::Head. Hit. Keyboard.:: I mean, what kind of idiot would even put the date in their signature!?!? Oh...
So, what would a sane person do? I mean, I have been relatively prolific, meaning I had a good number of images dated incorrectly. Post them anyway, maybe with a notation? Make a single new signature and photoshop it over them? Or do what I did; scan every image, remove the second "1," print a sheet of all the signatures, draw a bunch of "2"'s, then rescan the sheet, and manually add in the replacement signatures to each image.
Fun times. And to top it all off, I'm not even sure this drawing was done in 2012! It was either this one or the next one... but geeze...
Roxanne on the train, looking out the window. Fun to use the whole page, although I'm not all that happy with this. Proportions and line strength are off, and a foxface against a window is... difficult. Still, it is what it is. Was very difficult to clean up without loosing too much detail.
Till next time!
By the way, did you ever get the feeling you were living in the future? 2012... geeeze...
Was this my first drawing of 2012, or was it this one? Whatever, doesn't matter.
Made during a very cold spell. Obviously. Not happy with the expression. I'm also bad at motion/shaking lines. But that's what practice is for.
A brief interlude to post this, one day late, as seems to be my MO. Well, I did draw it yesterday, so that has to be some kind of excuse...
I really like this, and it was a lot of fun. Only thing I'm not happy about was my job cleaning it up. I sometimes wonder about cleaning my pencil drawings in Photoshop; I like the look, but sometimes wonder if I loose too much detail. I guess what I wonder is if I should keep the pencil work and the pen work very separate, and not try to make pencil look more like pen. But I don't know.
A fun, silly Christmas image.
Funny story: my whole idea in drawing this was to draw a character wearing a Santa hat. After I finished drawing, put my stuff away, and stood up, I realized I had forgotten to draw the hat! The whole reasons I had drawn the picture in the first place! Oh well. Thought about adding it, but I think it's okay as it is.