I was inspired to draw my friends with their friends. If you’re not following The Traveling Totoros on facebook then you are missing out on pictures that will brighten your day of little totoros doing random things. They make me smile. So I drew in little versions of their humans, @jdecorin & @scarredsoul in a scene from the movie with them. I couldn’t put the whole family in there, but I got three of them, Cornelius, Amelia & Pip! This was drawn with ink on paper.
Tonight I wanted to draw something but was stumped, so Tibbi suggested sea turtles! Yes there is only one turtle here, but I had a lot of fun drawing her. This was made with colored pencils on paper, and then I used my blending pencil to make the colors pop.
Join Nuchtchas, Claire, Angela, & Heather, as they discuss their favorite female superheroes! We get into our favorites from comic books, our favorites from outside of comics, what makes a good female superhero, some new superheroes, and what can we do to get more females in our movies, books, and toys.
Shows to look up
- Intro To X – Claire’s
- CarnyCast – Claire’s
- Red Dwarf IntroCast – Angela’s
- Through the Pages of Sherlock Holmes – Angela’s
- The Missfits Podcast
- Recorded at NIMLAS Studios
- Post Editing: Nuchtchas
- Hosts: Nuchtchas, Claire, Angela, & Heather.
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I’ve been taking Aikido lately and was inspired to draw Rory in Kamae, and of course, he’s a green belt. This picture is ink on 9×12 marker paper, I really like using this paper when I use color, it doesn’t absorb the ink like other paper does so it ends up looking more like I originally intended. I find myself wanting more colors in my markers, but at $3 a pop I’m buying them slowly.
If you are watching my flicker feed you have already seen this adorable little guy. I drew a baby version of The Clockwork Doctor and I think he’s adorable. I just got some new supplies, some new micron pens that I am in love with, they don’t smudge at all when I’m erasing so that is just awesome, and an art card size watercolor block. I’ve been looking for art card pads but just can’t seem to find them, but this seemed doable. The paper may have more texture that I wanted for ink but it will hold up well I think. I also recently picked up a Non-Photo Blue pencil which helps with ink sketches. I was very tempted to add color to this, but thought better of it. (Ink on 4×6 Art Card)