Monday, June 28, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
For our final installment in The Series (for now) I bring you The Orange Sketchbook. It starts off pleasantly enough, of course, but then chronicles my slow decent into madness. I plan to dedicate this sketchbook to similarly ridiculous ventures as this one:
While I haven't been quite as prolific as I would like this summer, I did manage to figure out the new Lamb scanner and get some old work in there to test it out. The first of our Classic Sketchbook Series is last summer's sketchbook which is edited much less than it should be. I would say enjoy, but I'm not going to set unrealistic expectations for you.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
This is a look at the general beginning of working out the illustrations of a book. I always begin with a story but have a general sense of what my characters might look out while I write it. Then I do a few loose doodles to work out the basic idea of my characters, then commit to a full page of playing with color and expressions, trying to reach a level of consistency and understanding.