someone online was mentioning drunk badges and I got a hankrin to doodle up a drunk skunk. It’s a rough but fun little sketch.
I like using the strathmore sketch books. This paper is from the 400 series with a fine tooth surface. For those not buying reems of paper the tooth determines how much pencil the paper will hold.
this silly sea dog sure picked the wrong place for a nap.
This sketch was super fun to draw. I’m debating coloring it and making a print. If you think I should finish this one msg me on Twitter at @qqh_designs.
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This is just a quick sketch. I prefer to do full color badges because they really pop. Hope to hear from you soon. Still taking commissions for @furrealitycon
sometimes the time consuming part of the art isn’t the subject. That’s definitely the case of the piece I’ve spent a good portion of thursday on.
As you can see the piles of skulls and bones have a depth that comes from two main color families with accompanying color palates. Each base color has two depth colors to add highlights and shadows and make each item pop.
Copic markers are made for this and really blend well with each addition.
these three ducks are quacking in harmony on this swinging log.
I drew this one on the to @indyfurcon but I just now got a chance to color it in.
I hope you enjoy their music.
This is done in copic marker and I had a lot of challenges with the Orange and green bleeding. Luckily it seems to work.