I had already submitted this pic a long time ago, but for some reason it disappears from my gallery without my agreement So I'm submitting it again, sorry for those who were expecting new pics. (wait till my new Gankutsuou fanart is finished, that won't be long )
"The same thing we do every night, Pinky: Try to take over the world...!"
And now something completely old and not-so-different: I was bored in class, I believe it was Algebra, and doodled Pinky and the Brain in Sherlockian gear on college-ruled notebook paper. Aren't they just adorable?
for this edition of the comic series i've done a fast and nasty illustration from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, by Jules Verne.
it depicts from left to right, captain nemo, prof. aronnax, ned land (in the background), and conseil, on board the Nautilus.
it doesn't follow the text too well, but i just wanted to draw it, so specifics be damned!
this was drawn with a hunt 102 crowquill pen dipped in higgins black ink (which i don't recommend, not black enough!), and then some sepia colored pencil, for fun.
"And then off to violin-land, where all is sweetness and delicacy and harmony..."
Jeremy Brett (1933-1995) was a marvellous and versatile actor with a distinguished forty-year career in film, television, radio, and stage. He is most internationally famed for his masterful and enriching portraiture of the world's greatest consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes. He has touched the hearts of millions, including my own. Mr. Brett is the "quintessential" Holmes! He is, and shall be, always dearly missed.
This is portrait is to start off the new year with a bang! 2008 hasn't been very kind to me, so I'm hoping 2009 will open doors for some hope in my life. Upward and onward!
Just finished reading Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere and I was itching to sketch the characters, especially after I took a look at the 1996 TV miniseries which was, frankly, rather disappointing. So this is more or less how I would envision them.
Steampunk style mod of a dollar store toy (pirate) gun. Paint (spray and hand), plumbing parts, toy car model bits, random junk. I really like props but never have time or a reason to make them, so when I got inspired I spent about two days on this. Light up/sound effects firing mechanism still works. Haven't really finished it, still want to add a little and maybe put some "fuel" and LEDs in the one canister.