iPad/Procreate/Jot Touch painting of my friend Karen’s blue heeler, Darryl.
This adorable pup is named Korra. That’s fantastic.
Mike and I actually got Korra’s name from a dog we met in Alberta, Canada, on a photography workshop, although it was spelled Cora.
30 [INCONSECUTIVE] DAY DRAWING/ART CHALLENGE — 3. One, some, or all of your friends.
Shooby, Liz Climo’s dog, the greatest friend to me and all (except squirrels).
He’s awake this time!
I started this one from memory over the weekend, and finished it up referencing a few photos.
I WARNED YA BOUT THEM DOG PAINTINS
My first paying gig after graduating from RISD was a commission to do an oil painting of a family’s dogs. I loved it and have always thought if my animation career goes belly up I would be happy doing dog paintings all the time.
Thanks to Emily Tetri (who, by the way, has a new Tumblr blog where she will be posting funny sketches and comics: monsterlings.tumblr.com), we here on the Korra crew have collectively watched about a million hours of Maymo the Dog’s videos this week. At home, I went to show my wife this particular video when I noticed the top comment. Ha!
(And who are the 124 people who went out of their way to “dislike” this video? What is wrong with people? Who does that? Is it just one useless curmudgeon who has thousands of YouTube accounts who just goes around “disliking” videos all day? Go fly a kite! For real, get off your ass and go fly a kite––outside.)
- electronbleed asked:Do you have any hard & fast rules/ tips for learning/improving/practicing illustration? I used to draw all the time but life is full of distractions, I'm looking to get back into it but it's hard to start fresh. Thanks!
I think the only real way to get better at drawing and get work done is committing to little rituals. Draw every day, keep a sketchbook around, —...