Today in genetics our professor brought up those rabbits that had been genetically engineered with jellyfish DNA. Well, one thing led to another, and naturally i thought a rabbit jedi would be pretty awesome. cheap background courtesy of Corbis. i'd like to think that one day i'll put in a cool background, with a whole army of droids for this dude to be slicing up... but in the highly likely event that i'm too lazy to do that, you might as well chew on this for a while. (p.s... it's not fanart... i swear...)
well, it's cutting it kinda close, but i'm ashamed to say i'm totally lacking in a proper halloween drawing. i have a VERY good reason, i assure you, but the details would only bore you. suffice it to say that... HOLY CRAP WHAT'S THAT??? *throws drawing at you and runs* happy halloween, kids!
My mom commissioned me to do this for her former employer. She's of native american heritage, but my mom failed to recall either the people she's descended from or her spirit animal (she does, in fact, have a spirit animal). We decided that it might very well be the bear. Besides, nobody DOESN'T like bears. I took this from part of a legend about a man who, in visiting with a council of bears is transformed into one himself. He dies in the end but... well... so do we all.
a kitsune a little unclear on the concept of her standard duties and obligations.or maybe it's her day off. who am i to say. and i can only guess at what type of fur/hair lines that hood or hers. (i recently got a digital camera, so i can relate to the feeling here.)
Whenever people make mystical characters with earrings up the wazoo and glowing tattoos and magical dragons living up their butt, they give them complex, made-up names like Naphtzirea, Tyrnabuul, Naadirea, Foobar, etc. Now, i'm not saying i have anything against sugh names, but i mean, at least one of them had to have had parents that got sick of forgetting how to spell their kids names. Whatever happened to Josh, the warlock? Or Robert the conjurer? Where's Steve the Alchemist? So i give you, Darrel. He works in accounting. (photo courtesy of corbis.com)
So, with my film in a finished state (i hesitate to call it "done"), i have time for doodling and the like. ... and that's why foxes are cooler with jet packs. ... orca monsters don't need jet packs to be cool (watercolor, ballpoint pen)
Detail of the space lion piece. As you can see, i put way more detail and focus on the monkey-thing and the fire even though i knew i'd shrink them down later. But i still think they came out pretty cool :)