I did the little drawing in the upper left in S.t Louis at a good friend’s house who just moved there with his family. It’s a great town, way too humid in the summer for my sweaty self though. The rest was done after getting home from a whirlwind 2-week road trip.
Sitting in a motel in Wisconson I decided I needed to do some head drawing practice. I used Croquis Cafe’s free figure gallery for the reference. it’s a great resource for practicing figure drawing.
A few drawings from visiting my buddy up in Canada and few other random doodles. There’s nothing quite like traveling to get you to inspire.
This one was done on a plane while taking my son back to his moms. He wanted to draw what the characters were saying. I think it has something to do with a pig.
Trying to get a sense of fantastical figure weight and balance. I just kept adding figures, not worrying too much about there size in relation to one another.
This is one of my favorite pages from recently. I started just inventing landscapes and then had the idea to draw a floating little world. I ended up taking this farther than I originally anticipated because it just came out so well. I think this may turn into a painting so I did a few more versions of the monk in the tree for future reference.
Just trying out cool poses and practicing my figure invention.
I tend to practice geometric solids a lot. I don’t think I did it enough when I was younger so I’m trying to make up for it now. Creepy monstrous dudes, on the other hand, I have drawn plenty of and will continue to draw plenty more.
Just a stern dude looking tough. I wanted to practice drawing elaborate buckles and straps so that’s where this comes from. I didn’t love his head, but I didn’t hate it either so I decided to just draw an alternative more brutal version as another option.