October 30, 2010
Last of the Doctor Who cards before I move on to Torchwood, Firefly, and all manner of good things. Also, there will be a poster of all these characters! These are all the (new) Doctor's Companions. Well, sometimes people count Jack, and Mickey, but I'm not one of those people.
Top: Rose Tyler and Martha Jones. Bottom: Donna Noble, Amy Pond, and Rory Williams
October 26, 2010
More Doctor Who cards for printing purposes! This time, we've got all the big bad guys the Doctor and his companions tend to square off with. Top row: the Master (Harold Saxon), a red-eyed Ood, a Cyberman, and a (dormant) weeping angel. Bottom row: the Empty Child, the Master (End of Time version), an (active) weeping angel, and a Dalek. Enjoy!
October 20, 2010
This is my Doctor set of postcard prints (as in, from Doctor Who). I would like to eventually tackle all the classic doctors, but for now my list of characters to draw is already over 100 so they'll have to wait. For now we've got 9, 10, alternate 10, and 11 :D I'm hoping to print the two colors of 10 as a double-sided card (because that would be awesome). If not that, I'll have to pick just one to print, because christ my printing costs are already through the roof as planned. So, enjoy!
October 17, 2010
This is the start of a grand endeavor. In preparation for my first Artist's Alley table at Otakon next year, I am doing huge massive piles of adorable fanart. I'm not generally a fanart person, but that doesn't mean I don't have plenty of series and games I love and would have fun drawing. So here's a start. I plan to draw pretty much every animal from Okami, plus Waka, and make a whole set of darling 5x7 postcards of them. Look forward to the rest!
For those not in the know, this is Amaterasu, the main character from the absolutely stunning video game Okami. You control this wolf and move through a gorgeous sumi ink styled world restoring goodness and light by means of a magical paintbrush that is your tail. Also you fight creepy monsters sometimes.
October 1, 2010
I realize comics aren't my forte--this, of course, being the same drawing four times--but I had to let the world know that this actually happened in my life. Illustrator and photoshop were both used, and the texture (like many that I use) came from bittbox.