Script Frenzy has started and life is getting busy! I’m working on writing and concept art for my webcomic Angelfish. I’ll be posting some of that soon.
But for right now, here’s a Draw Something doodle. :) If anyone wants to play Draw Something with me, my username is Fuyuki. (yes, with the period - the name was taken!).
Two gesture drawings and eight figure drawings.
Doodled with my finger using Autodesk Sketchbook Express for mobile devices. They recently improved the brush quality, and the program is sooo much better now. If you have an iPad/iPhone/iPod touch and want to use it for digital art, definitely give this app a try - it’s free, too!
I might do a non-doodle, higher quality version of this general idea later. Mermaids are pretty awesome.
Well, I finally decided to just upload this as-is. I wanted to color it, but I just could not color it to my own satisfaction, and I kind of abandoned it for now. I still like this idea, and I’ll redraw it later. But this particular drawing I’m just gonna call “done”.
Decided to draw something a little different. Doing more figure drawing has really helped me get a better grasp on anatomy, and how to exaggerate and “cartoonify” things. I feel like I’m slowly, slowly getting better…
My attempt at this week’s Weekly Art Challenge, which was to use one of two limited palettes. I don’t usually work with a limited palette like that, so it was a fun exercise. I also challenged myself to not use solid line art like I always do. Plus I used another thing I rarely use - gradients. Lots of gradients here. Not sure if that’s good or bad… hmm…
So, I’m really late to the party here, but I finally decided to make and draw one of those eel gijinkas floating around Tumblr. I actually ended up not liking the colors I chose, so it’s black and white instead.
I follow Pastel on Tumblr and I really liked the design she did for her new OC, so I decided to doodle her character in that awesome bunny sweater.
I’ve been replaying some Legend of Zelda games recently. At the moment it’s Seasons/Ages. I really like Din, and I’ve been kind of wanting to draw all three oracles. So, I guess here’s the first one - a doodle of Din. I’d like to draw all three in one picture, if I can figure out a composition I like.