Thursday, January 26, 2012
I'm feeling good! This is the first Friday of our stay in the new studio. It's been pretty
cool so far, and we're getting used to the place. I also noticed that everyone's
sleep is getting deeper, except for James since he always have a
sweet slumber lol. But anyway, I started documenting our stay here a single
page at a time, and this is what happened yesterday.
We're getting fond of Rousimar Palhares so I drew him in all
of his tree trunking glory.
That's all for now, catch you later!
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
First sketches of 2012 are up! We were so busy messing up our new studio
that I realized I haven't even sketched anything for my "1000 sketches in 2012" project.
And I have to come up with an even more interesting title since the current one isn't even remotely so.
I just realized that just now since I don't get that much silence since we moved in here. It's the same thing
with sleep. I get woken up evey day by noisy people scurrying up and down the road and even though the room where we sleep in is pretty distanced from it with the lawn and all that, their voices feel like it refuses to be ignored. It's getting pretty crazy.
With that said, I think I like it here. People sleep and wake up early. It's like a
place that still hasn't been tainted with pollution and modern day things like that. The
kids still play in the streets and everybody knows everybody. Hell, they
even know we're the dudes who moved in 2 blocks away from them. Sure people disturb my
sleep at 8 in the friggin morning but maybe waking up early isn't so bad. Maybe this place
will remove some bad habits of mine with it's infectious country lifestyle. Or
maybe I just need more sleep.
Anyway, here's another one I did as a warm up today:
Whoever he is, he sure is one fugly motherfucker.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
I had a grand time with this project, plus I learned a lot of neat stuff. My aim was to have a hundred quick sketch sessions in a span of 90 days.
It started last November 2011, those days were just a frenzy of sketching. Things slowed down in December due to animation commissions and me just losing steam. But as with all things art, I knew the passion will come again so I just kept it for a while. Sure enough, my itch for sketching came back this January and now here it is, random things I drew for the past 3 months.
Next stop would be a thousand sketch sessions for one year!