Happy January from the mitten, y’all. Here’s a pretty bird with a pretty leaf and a pretty brumal color pallet:
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A few forgotten blogables: 2009
And here we have an entirely different 2009 in 2010 post– one in which a bunch of stuff created during 2009 and likewise intended for blogging in 2009 somehow gets all lumped together and blogged about here and now, in 2010.
Quite simply a drawing of a fire-breathing pterodactyl (FOR SALE):Portraiture run a muck (Also for sale </lol>):
I didn’t really realize it till I posted this, but these two pieces (somewhat poorly) demonstrate a shift in my technique, if not style (if I actually have such a thing) lately. The pterodactyl was created in Illustrator by the pen tool, for the most part, with occasional lazy assistance from the pencil tool, and entirely with a mouse. The portraits, while also accomplished in Illustrator, were drawn on my Wacom tablet using the brush tool. . . It’s one of my very first attempts with the brush tool/tablet combo and the closest I’ve ever come to actually “drawing” digitally. Since this piece I’ve been practicing a lot more with these tools —with varying degrees of success— and, for the most part, enjoying it. Perhaps 2010 will be The Year of the Brush Tool for me. I kind of hope so, because dammit, the pen tool is slow 🙂