Here’s an illustration of the title character for the Netflix series Sweet Tooth.
Here’s the third illustration for the book project I just finished for Learning A-Z. Page 5 of The Neighborhood’s Night by Juliana Catherine.
In this one, it’s a bedroom at night, but red and blue emergency lights from the window and a white light from the hall are lighting it up. The girl, Leena, is running across the room with her shoes and emergency bag while her mom and little brother wait for her at the door. They’re about to leave the house because they’ve been ordered to evacuate.
Here’s the second illustration for the book project I just finished for Learning A-Z. Page 4 of The Neighborhood’s Night by Juliana Catherine. This scene is in a cloud to show that it’s a flashback to the previous day when they family had all packed their emergency supplies in preparation to evacuate if the fires got too near. You can see a collection of emergency supplies laid out on the floor ready to be packed into duffle bags, one per person. Mama is putting a tag on little Amir’s ankle so that he can be reunited with the family if he gets separated.
And here’s a color version of #29 – Shoes. I used a muted, art marker style of color for this one because I wanted it to look soft.
So, I finished the Inktober series, but I wanted to go back and finish off some of them in color. Here’s the first one I colored. Inktober #26 – Hide.
This is about the cutest concept I can think of today.
I don’t know how that got into his house, but I don’t blame him for hiding.
Buddy always seemed like a dog’s name to me. So, here’s a boy playing with his Buddy.
Fast line drawing using fat lines this time.
This lightning storm was fun to draw. The piece was all about the lighting. And the lightning. Lighting my lightning. 🙂
Well, I’ve drawn real rockets and sci-fi rockets. I considered drawing Rocket Raccoon. But I decided to draw a boy lighting a bottle rocket instead.
Lines only. Didn’t bother with shading today. Maybe I’ll come back to it.