I've recently scanned in a bunch of my childhood artwork. This stuff is from '81 on. I'm planning on making my new avatar out of one of these pieces. It's fun to see all the Garfield, Dukes of Hazzard, and Pacman drawings I did back then.
I began recently listening to a podcast about Atari 2600 games. It's called @2600GamebyGame podcast hosted by a man named Ferg. His love of these games inspired me to start a labor of love and humor. I call it Bit Banter. It's the going-ons of retro gaming cartridges. The characters are 'Art' the Atari 2600 game, 'Elliot' the NES game, 'Super' the SNES game and other retro gaming icons.
Please take a look: Twitter.com/bit_banter
This is a vector project designed with CorelDraw.
Well it took the military to get my transcript from Brooks School of Art. And the semester the saw fit to screw up my paper work and hire people in financial aid that had no idea what they were doing is the semester I was on the deans list with perfect grades. Wasn't I the type of student that you want in your school. Wouldn't i bring up your collective GPA? What they heck. Well all is good now Brooks College is falling apart and resting in piece's. In their own words from their web site: Effective June 28, 2007, Brooks College is no longer accepting new student applications.
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Is it me or are Anime characters interchangeable within shows? I see the same over expression, no comma fast paced dialogue, simple nosed, overly bulbous eyes, mouths that cover the whole face when screaming characters in every show. It's as is the Japanese are more concerned with getting their franchise underway, thank they are having an original look. And this isn't a recent trend, although anime as exploded within the last 10 years. i blame Pokemon for that. At least Thundercats and Silverhawks were cleverly disguised anime in the 80's. I thought Voltron was just a look, but comes to seem that Voltron was just the priming of the well for a
I've been enjoying more time with the mouse and source pictures, not the pencil. It's fun to continually add to a piece over four or five episodes of Battlestar Galactica via demonoid.com. The first real piece I did this way was Rice Rocketeer: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/39914656/?qo=113&q=by%3Adoncroswhite&qh=sort%3Atime+-in%3Ascraps. I start with the head and then piece by piece work my way down. Never really intending to go past the current part, but always going further.
Here's a few other examples:
Saum Yu Rai: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/40240339/?qo=65&q=by%3Adoncroswhite&qh=sort%3Atime+-in%3Ascraps
Bill the Butcher