|Day Twenty Nine
||[Aug. 29th, 2006|04:16 am]
National Art Making Month
Daily post for Day Twenty Nine's art and thoughts and the like.
Previous Posts: Day One, Day Two, Day Three, Day Four, Day Five, Day Six, Day Seven, Day Eight, Day Nine, Day Ten, Day Eleven, Day Twelve, Day Thirteen, Day Fourteen, Day Fifteen, Day Sixteen, Day Seventeen, Day Eighteen, Day Nineteen, Day Twenty, Day Twenty One, Day Twenty Two, Day Twenty Three, Day Twenty Four, Day Twenty Five, Day Twenty Six, Day Twenty Seven, Day Twenty Eight.
I'm a bit unnerved to be the first to post here :/
Anyway, cartoon girl slightly based on me and my 'YAY I'm going to see Pearl Jam today!'-mood :)
Entry is here
Awww, that's so cute! I love her expression and her arms. :-D
I can't remember her name, but this is the 'judith hann' woman again isn't it!
Oh I like his beauty spot!
2006-08-29 06:26 pm (UTC)
Photoshop of empty bath gel container
My Naarmamo gallery
Large version of this photo and 3 more pictures (Air, Water and Earth Bubbles) are here
2006-08-29 09:11 pm (UTC)
Re: Photoshop of empty bath gel container
That's inspired! I like :)
I took some pictures today....I havent got a camera cable tho...I shall post them in tomorrows post.
Beware the Borg Bunny! :D
a terminator amongst bunnies!
more sketching - the lip bit is wrong, and his ear, but it feels quite expressive.
I am so impressed, I love the lines you use in your drawings, and you've improved so much, and this is just dude. Yes.
oh, I love that. the shading is great, and it's a lovely solid object yes.
I've finished another old project that has been hanging about for a number of years. I have made a staff from the trunk of an old christmas tree. I've even carved out a hand grip and finished it in danish oil, which I have come to love.
There is something immensely satisfying about nice sticks. A staff made from a Christmas tree is even better than the average nice stick.
A very quick naart today because it was suddenly quarter to midnight. Another picture from a squiggle, this time it turned into a factory and tree. I like the hugeness of the tree.
Ilove the shape and tilt to the chimney, and the squirls of the tree - and you always use great colours, vivid but not garish.
My second character drawing is of Lucius Malfoy, who is one of the villains in [i]LAHS[/i] (it's a fanfiction piece, but it also involves original characters and is set in Subreality
). It's completely different from my fellow Naarmite's drawing of Lucius from a while back, but that's how characters in print are: people will imagine them differently. I'm especially proud of the boots in this picture.
Yay, studded green wellies! They evoke class snobbery and intimidation. :-) Well, to me.
2006-08-30 10:27 pm (UTC)
Tuesday I drew a Doctor Who monster or villain for each letter of the alphabet and only gave myself 30 minutes to do the whole thing -- the idea is so I learn to do simple representative drawings because I don't have time for detail:Click
for a full list of all the monsters and a bigger view.
That's a brilliant idea, well done!
This was inspired by my experiment with my initials-in-a-monogram and by a very frustrating day...