Some random cartoons that don’t make any sense without some context. So I will give a little below each one.
It’s a kid that wants to go to art school and a dad that knows this is not good.
This is an artist that missed a deadline and lost his client because of it.
This is an artist that went to art school.
I don’t know anyone that just makes art for a living. Might as well be beefy unicorn men. My wife said using a unicorn would get the point across better. She is probably right but I wanted to draw a beefy unicorn man.
This is one of my favorite types of drawings. The concept is to put a lot of simple things together in the drawing to create what appears to be a complex overall piece. The important part is creating an appealing, balanced composition from the elements.
In this one I was doing a cartoon of someone that has traveled a lot. I received a list of many of the places she had been and then picked several to draw. I added some elements of nature since I was told she loves that part of traveling. The result is below – a unique custom-made gift chronicling some of the many places she has been.
Yesterday I discovered that a new version of Sketchbook Pro was released… two years ago! I upgraded to version 7 today. I’m really digging the new features and the brushes feel great. It has expanded blending modes and the selection tool functions more like photoshop now. I haven’t gotten into some of the other features yet. I would have upgraded two years ago had I known about this.
Here is my first picture with version 7. The weather looks like it has finally turned where I live and I’m treated to the sounds of spring.