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Two pet portrait commissions I completed recently.  Lovely dogs named Samson and Roscoe!

We had our office robot battle late last night.  Our team’s robot, Rocksteady, won!  I got some videos I might share later.  My main contribution to the robot was the logo and the stickers.  I wanted an intimidating logo, and I made scary eyes to put on the LEGO head, as well as “KILL” and “MAIM” on his shoulders.

Needless to say, Rocksteady robot is a complete badass.

Doodling in photoshop.  Lucille is a cutie!

Doodling in photoshop.  Lucille is a cutie!

We’re building robots today in the office, to have a battle later.  I’m in charge of the “art department” for our team of three. 
But I only feel like drawing sheep.
So my boyfriend suggested I draw a battle sheep.
Terminator sheep is close enough!
This isn’t what I had planned for the children’s book idea, but it could make for an interesting alternative!

We’re building robots today in the office, to have a battle later.  I’m in charge of the “art department” for our team of three. 

But I only feel like drawing sheep.

So my boyfriend suggested I draw a battle sheep.

Terminator sheep is close enough!

This isn’t what I had planned for the children’s book idea, but it could make for an interesting alternative!

Now a bunny.  Time to leave! YAY!

Now a bunny.  Time to leave! YAY!

I’m at my boyfriend’s office keeping myself busy with some sketches.  Here’s Lucille, a sheep character I’m working on for yet another children’s book idea.  Followed by some random animal sketches, and “The Witch’s Daughter.”  My idea was that the little girl took her mother’s hat, robes, and wand, then enchanted the cat’s butt and to make it levitate.

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Character design and drawing are tome-sized topics and even if I had all the answers (I don’t - I have a lot to learn), I’m not sure I could communicate them effectively. I’ve gathered some thoughts and ideas here, though, in case they’re helpful.

First, some…

Prototype notebook.  20 blank pages.  8.5x5.5 flat size.

Hoping to make more and sell them at Art in the Park this year!  I will also have some in my Etsy shop in the future.

Beer label class project! 

We actually had to make the labels, bottle caps, coasters, and container.  A photography student took some photos of all the projects, but I haven’t received those from my teacher yet.  Once I do, I’ll be sure to share them!

I went with a little bit of a redneck theme, and, of course, animals! 

More 3d stuff!  Using the UVs to put images onto my meshes.

Soon I should have some photos of a beer label project I’ve been working on.