After publishing the previous post, I realized I had already done a digital charcoal drawing like that a while back.

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I created these guys for an animated short that I was working on in school; unfortunately the project started falling apart and didn’t amount to much. The concept is so cool though! I hope to be able to re-work it someday.

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Today I colored an illustration I did a while back for my character and object design class. I’ve been wanting to do something that emulates the style that most comic books are going towards these days. So here is my attempt:

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So I felt like drawing last night and couldn’t figure out what to draw. I was then looking at the little boy I drew last week, and thought that I should draw a little girl that would be his equal but opposite. so here is what I came up with:

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Here are a couple of characters that I did a while back, but haven’t yet found a place for them in my portfolio (or in other words, i’ve been to lazy to add them).

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Oh, and i’ve figured out how to make it so that you can view a larger version if you click on it. So enjoy.

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Ok, I’m going to try something here. Let’s see if I can successfully connect a youtube file to my blog… (I am now hosting my own video)

Yey! this is an quick pencil test I did one day to try out a free animation program I found on the internet called Plastic Animation Paper (or PAP for short). It was a lot of fun, but hard to get any clean drawing made. I use a 4×5 wacom tablet, which means that if you take into consider the tablet to monitor ratio, I was effectively drawing this little dude on the surface area of a postage stamp.

Oh, and I should probably mention that he is jumping over a canyon. I just wan’t able to use multible layers with the program to add a background.

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Hey, this is fun. And posting is so easy, I can see my self doing it more than 3 or 4 times a year (but don’t get your hopes up too high).

Here is another big headed, ferby eyed freak:

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Weeee, my second post! Not that anyone is really going to notice. I haven’t really told anyone about the site yet, but I figure it will be nice to build a few of these up before I start brodcasting it to the world.

Here is a quick sketch I did with my tablet today. I’ve been playing around with character designs a lot lately and figured that I would try my hand at one of them big head, large eyes, small nose goofy looken kids.

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A lot of people tell me that some of my characters look like me. Most of the time I don’t see it, but this one I admit could be a young me.

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