Here is the final logo created for my families little logging business. I did some other sketches before settling on this idea. Came to this idea after looking at some baseball logos.
Here is a video of how it was made:
And here are a couple of the initial concepts that got it started. There were others but they were just brainstorming sketches that were never going to be taken seriously.
Some random person was having trouble drawing. I had some time today and wanted to make a video explaining how I think a beginner could draw anything. I should never talk and draw at the same time again. Ignore the mumbling:
Been doing little animations for my kids. The latest one is about Shapes. Tried doing a flat animation style and really liked how those parts came out.
I finally launched another version of
Artdojo.com the other day. It is a website to learn art through self challenges. There is not much there at the moment but I made a video to go along with the first challenge I created for artdojo. The video is a primer for someone wanting to learn how to draw:
Here is a video of it being made:
Came across this gem of a picture on reddit and had to do something with it.
Video below is the making of it:
And a video of it being made in Sketchbook Pro:
A cartoon for the in-laws. Lots of inside jokes in here:
All Gene watches is fishing and hunting shows.
One of his favorite shirts is a stick figure that is tooting and holding a sign that says “Free Gas”.
The clock is set to 2:45 when Bug comes home from work at Aramark. It’s a tough manual labor type of job and then she has to cook for Gene who is retired.
The catchphrase for Aramark is “Living the Dream”. That is the corniest catchphrase for a company ever.
Milo the cat always greets her at the door.
Here is a video of the making of this (had to reupload the video because I originally had copyrighted music. Can’t use Kid Cudi for background music. So sad.):
Tried a new coloring technique out. I usually don’t document new stuff I try. This time I made a video. It is rough, but I think it covers the main points. Only way to get better is to practice.