this is a bit late thanks to a certain hurricane and it's knocking out the power in my city for a week... my response to all of this yerf controversy... sort of a present for dingo and the gang from one of their yerfy snobs ;)
"A bobblehead doll? Who needs that?" ...uhh. Kay. This is a sketch of DLM, made to demonstrate the principle of "Headbanger Syndrome". Or "Bobblehead Syndrome", whichever you prefer. I don't usually do this when I'm wearing headphones, but I ALWAYS do it in the car. Hell, sometimes I do it when I'm not listening to anything at all, and I don't even listen to so-called "headbanger" music. Yiiee.
this page is giving me trouble, for several reasons... I don't have much free time today, so the art's more rushed than I like, and I'm still trying to figure out how much I want to add to the existing text... in a comics format, I either make up what people say when the text summerises a conversation, or fill the whole thing up with huge chunks of Jonathan's diary. This is turning out to be an interesting exersise, and, at least, I've kept up with doing one a day... I do like the page, regardless. woo.
For the Trading Post. Put a lot of work in it, worked almost the whole week. Discovered a new technique, using my new Derwent soft sketching pencils, and some old Prangs and watercolors. Look ma, no ink! Image copyright myself, characters copyright Cassandra Gunn.
Logo Design for the Alaska Recreational Dog Mushers Association. (Registered trade-mark of the ARDMA.) Oh, and there are two new tutorials on the Worley Labs' website, (http://www.worley.com ) on techniques for using "Sasquatch" to do the kinds of Lightwave 3D furred Be-ings I do... (It's just one "facet of the Diamond," take the information and run with it - finding your own best ways of doing things! :)