My goodness, was this week stressful. But productive! Huge image dump right here...it's what I was working on this week. I would scan my SEQA stuff, but I already handed in half my sketchbook.
I changed my idea like I always do for my backlit watercolor assignment. Here's the old idea:
And the new one!!
This panel for Drawing for SEQA took forever and there's still a crapload of things wrong with it, but I worked really hard on it so I still want to share.
I'm just not cut out for comic books; it's a really good thing I didn't switch my major!
This little enjoyable piece will be for my roomate's birthday when I'm finished with it. It's also used on my business card.
And a bunch of sketches from my old Travelouge in Fall quarter:
Hehehe, the strap finished her knee shape. I found that funny.
I like drawing monsters...way too much for my own good...
This post is dedicated to Chris Gash, btw.
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