Oh I forgot to put this here, but I’m testing some cartoony-style shading.
The bear’s design is already different! I needed him to look more like a bear and less like…Some circles smushed together.
Updated logo! :) More hairy, and the wee bee feet are more accurate.
‘Pedipalps’ is a funny word.
This was my entry for the 649 Monsters show in Milwaukee. I engineered my own papercraft model, colored and assembled everything myself.
As you can tell, it is a fine Squirtle specimen.
Proceeds went to Child’s Play.
This could use some critique! Tell me what you think.
How do you feel about the yellowy/gold color? Is the background texture strong enough?
I’ll tell you what it’s for, later. :D
An illustration for a package of flaming hot brownie mix from hell! This prompt from the client came with an adorable Photoshop rendering of what they wanted. It’s Dr. Paul Bosland, discoverer of the Bhut Jolokia, or Ghost Pepper…with interesting things added in, such as a giant brownie and a demon chile.
Remember that series of rotating fox face sketches I did? I tried out some coloring tricks. I’m not 100% happy with the shape of Saskira’s head, but I think I like how this coloring style is working out better than the half-shaded, half-lineart thing I tried earlier.
@aidosaur Fanart for you! I love your Maw concept.
Illustrator CS3, gradient mesh and pen tool. ‘Maw’ character design belongs to Yuko Ota.
Color and cut out your own greeting card!
This was intended to be a puzzle that you colored and then cut out. I removed the cut-lines from this so you could see the picture better.
Here’s a pattern for making a papercraft corn! I think this is pretty cute.