Figure Practice 4


Figure practice is like a workout with no sweating or being out of breath...unless you count how winded you get when you stand up from the couch. And let's not forget the muscle aches you get from using your flabby arms to wipe cheez-it flakes off your rotund belly. So it's nothing like working out.

What do You Mean? This *is* My Real Hair Color.



After drawing on a screen for so long going back to drawing on a tablet where you aren't looking at your hand is still kind of weird. The upside is that my hand never gets in the way, but it's so hard to get strokes to come out correctly.

It is nice using photoshop an my desktop though. Now I'm playing with power.

Gentleman Godzilla

You should watch Morning Drawfee. It's great.

I drew this while watching their live-stream, based on an audience members suggestion. I may start asking FB for suggestions and doing more of these. They are quick and fun and most inportantly: not work that I should be doing (I'm just guessing that that is how a colon should be used).

A Reference to Congo

"Stop eating my sesame cakes!"

I have been trying to post this for 4 hours now. My heart isn't in the pitiful attempt at comedy that I would normally consider adequate. I now hate gorillas. In fact, all primates might want to avoid me in the near future. I hope you enjoy this image, because I don't.

Good day!  -_-#

Figure Drawing 8: All Draw-gs Go to Heaven

I may not be able to beat this title. But that won't stop me from trying.

This session was a bit of a struggle. Sometimes you got it, sometimes you don't. Hopefully in the future they can just install something in your brain where you can just click it on and get in the zone. It would make life a lot easier.

I'm talking about practice

I study more now than I ever did when I was in school. I suppose more than zero isn't really all that much. But hey, can't knock positive yardage.

Looking through my copy of Classic Human Anatomy by Valerie L. Winslow and trying to work on facial features. Next week, hands. The fear is in me already.