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Monthly Archives: February 2012

A few unfinished things.

Not sure when/if I’ll ever finish any of these. They’ve all been tucked away in my “not done stuff” folder for months, so I thought I’d dust ’em off a little. Maybe inspire myself to start working on them again, even. (But probably not.)

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Some stuff from earlier this semester

This was our first assignment in a class I’m taking called “Art for Games.” I was to draw four silhouettes; the only criteria was that they had to be markedly different. In other words, no drawing the same character four times or drawing four similar characters.

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Here, have a colossal pile of sketches.

There’s nothing really special about any of these. Some were assignments or in-class practice¬†exercises, others were just me fuckin’ around and having fun.

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Introducing some (very) old characters

Two light-skinned teenage boys holding drinks. One has a long blue crest that he has left ungelled so it hangs down to the right of his face. He has his arm slung over the shoulders of the other guy, who has brown hair with red streaks.

If you’ve been around a while (a looong while), you might recognize these characters. But you probably don’t, so. These guys are Jae and Tai, characters from an abandoned joke-turned-comic-project-turned-back-into-joke I had with a good friend of mine.

This is an old piece. It’s one of the few drawings I have from ye olden days that I don’t completely hate. I’m still not totally happy with it – Jae’s hair is particularly annoying to me – but taking into consideration my skill when I drew it, this is pretty damn good if you ask me.