I've advanced from avoiding drawing hands altogether to pointy hands that look like someone with knifes instead of fingers, to mitten hands where the person has NO fingers to this retarted sqwiggly looking hands that just look....wrong. Yay for improvement!
This piece was drawn not to long ago during my sketch-a-thon and I knew as I was sketching it that I wanted to work with light and do something different and better then I've done so far. My images so far have been a little flat so to speak and hardly got any depth or persoanlity in them which I'm now hoping to work out and improve for the book I'm drawing of this little character of mine.
This is Po the Blips and her very special necklace, the Rainbow Star (just something I came up with for now) which helps her with her job. More will be revealed as I get further to completing the book. So stay tuned.
But I must say I'm quite proud of this one, it actualy feels like REAL artwork for once! ps. I know the watermarks ruin the artwork for some but I'd rather do that then leave them unmarked and taken away to some remote internet location where people can't check out the artist who made it in the first place
Just a little test on the creation of a little creature from my children-book-in-progress about the Blipses. Not sure if I'll keep 'em rainbow, might make each a different color but we'll see what happens.
Here's a drawing of Mellon and his family when he was a toddler. Aren't they cute ^^
There's Mellon on top of his dad to play with his long hair, his dad Jhante noticing his son climbing him, his stepmother Marciella poking fun at the scene, and his stepbrother Emmyli in his mother's arms just like "I can be cute too if I want to be."
Yes, they are still mobsters for the mafia, they are all dog-people, and they are still alive today (though I am not going to write or mention them ^^) Mellon's parents are a little crazy and energetic, so he grew up in a pretty loud household Although they are the ones that taught him to use a switchblade and a gun and taught him to be a gangster, they are still parents that love and care for his well being. They also knew that Mellon always had a big heart and that he was not really ruthless gang material, but they just adored him for that and appreciated his goodness. Emmyli was a different story. He was always the most violent of the family and his parents knew that he was going to grow up to become something terrible no matter how much they tried mellowing him out. He also grew up bullying Mellon around and even getting jealous of him and Sasha for always being together. Guess he was just envious. Anyways, he killed the gang leader when he was fifteen and became the godfather of the mafia afterward. No. His parents think he's being a diabolical jackass.
If you were around Mellon today and you see his parents coming by to say hey, he'd say "Aw no...."
Anyways, here they are. I would draw one for Tin, but he has over 20 little sisters, so... I would also like to draw Zero's family. Don't know how they'd look, though.
This is The Ensyme Rozz Morose of Octobersville's Mirror Land district Yes, his occupational name "Ensyme" is the misspelled term of "Enzyme" and a reference to the word "Emcee".
The Ensyme is a terribly depressed, sluggish, uninterested fellow who has a knack for moaning riddles and mocking people. He is usually lying limply on fences and asking "Why?" for everything, even to QUESTIONS. Believe me when I say that this dude is the most lugubrious guy you would ever meet in your entire life.
In the Octobersville story, he's the one who tells Lynus (the main character) who could help hide him from Minus Zero and Princess Izille (which leads him to meeting Vamp Kerry, an original lunatic in the central city)
I feel sad knowing that I'm using this cool design for a side character that barely plays a role in his own story. I think I'll simply turn him into one of my main cast members and make him play a bigger part in another story. Like how I put Cupid in both Pink Bunny AND Cabaret Wannabe. Hell, the Emcee got his own freakin' story!