Tuesday, March 31, 2009

3/30/09: Elf Monster Thingey

*shrugs*

3/29/09: Scooby Dooby

I like the way Velma looks, not so much Daphne. I had such a crush on Velma when I was a kid. Before I knew what a crush was.

Monday, March 30, 2009

3/28/09: Sailors Go!

Used lots of stock references for this one, from Zinzi.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

3/27/09: Laying Curls


Used this stock photo for reference. Painted here.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

3/26/09: Hourou Musuko


Finished version here.

I'm addicted to reading Hourou Musuko. Its a delightful manga about a boy and girl who want to be transvestites and everythign that could possibly happen in middle school when you have to deal with something like that. I LOVE it. I read it here.

This is Nitorin and Takatsuki, all happy playing marriage in their alternate genders. =)

3/25/09: Funky Self Portrait

ARGHGH... please excuse the broken foot or whatever's going on down there...

3/24/09: Steampunk Character


Based on a costume designed and crafted by Kathryn Paterwic.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

3/23/09: Poster #1

Got real tingly looking through 1970's movie posters. DANG!
Got the urge to paint some of my own. Per usual, use my friends as subjects.

THIS WILL LOOK TOTALLY COOL ALL PAINTED.

3/22/09: Cthulu

Having a little drawing block. Not abandoned, will play catch up soon.
Here's an itty bitty Cthulu. Design for a small capsule toy.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

3/21/09: Up Curl

3/20/09: Yarrow

Companion piece to this.
Painted here.
Yarrow belongs to her.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

3/19/09: Arms


Used a 1972 photo by William Gedney for reference.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

3/18/09: Angst


Asked for Prompts over at DA.
Inspired by Fusion-Defiance's suggestion, angst.

3/17/09: Alice

Asked for prompts over at DA.
Suggestion by Swinsea, Fairy Tale Character.
Necklace inspired by Sadwonderland's awesome choker design.

3/16/09: Space Princess


Asked for Prompts at DA.
Suggestion from TaffyGiraffe, Space Princess.

3/15/09: Sal

Asked for Prompts at DA.

From CopperAge, his character Salamandra.

Friday, March 13, 2009

3/14/09: Yewon


This is a fanart of a character named "Yewon", owned by Nicole Dubois.
I fell in love with the design, though my fanart does it no justice.

Check my painting out here.
Check out Dubois, or "Neolucky," here.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

3/13/09 Wierder every day

I've been working too hard, so when I come home I can't think of anything to draw so I draw weird stuff like this. Oh well.

3/12/09: Some Curly Haired guy


I definitely sketched this in blue. Computers, man.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

3/11/09: Cartoon Girl

I was at a WEBINAR. So I draw this, next to notes regarding Federal Loan Exit Counseling. Whee.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

3/10/09: Here's Lookin at You

Credit to reference here:
Gracie Stock: From Above

Okay, now to draw some, er, anything else...

3/9/09: Eyepatch Ninja


High-waisted nonsensical super hero costume FTW.

3/8/09: Random Characters

No quite sure whats going on here. I like the eyepatch woman. Everything else kinda went "eh" and I gave up.

Monday, March 9, 2009

3/7/09: Transvestite

3/6/09: Old Commission

From Final Fantasy. I only just finished the final sketch today.

3/5/09: Self

Playing with Tablet.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

3/3/09: Punk Bunny girl...something

I cannot explain the compulsion I had to draw a punked out bunny girl. *shrug*

3/2/09: I will do Science to it


Aaaaand if you get the reference, you get cool points.

Monday, March 2, 2009

3/1/09: OTP Cards 1

Preliminary Portcon Preparations.

Left to right:
Ash and Misty, Pokemon; Toya and Yukito, Cardcaptor Sakura; Ranma and Akane, Ranma1/2; Anthy and Utena, Revoutionary Girl Utena; Haruka and Michiru, Sailor Moon; Lina nd Gourry, Slayers.

2/28/09: Gary Gordon, Finished!


Rank and organization: Master Sergeant, U.S. Army.
Place and date: 3 October 1993, Mogadishu, Somalia.
Born: Lincoln, Maine.
Citation: Master Sergeant Gordon, United States Army, distinguished himself by actions above and beyond the call of duty on 3 October 1993, while serving as Sniper Team Leader, United States Army Special Operations Command with Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia. Master Sergeant Gordon's sniper team provided precision fires from the lead helicopter during an assault and at two helicopter crash sites, while subjected to intense automatic weapons and rocket propelled grenade fires.
When Master Sergeant Gordon learned that ground forces were not immediately available to secure the second crash site, he and another sniper unhesitatingly volunteered to be inserted to protect the four critically wounded personnel, despite being well aware of the growing number of enemy personnel closing in on the site. After his third request to be inserted, Master Sergeant Gordon received permission to perform his volunteer mission. When debris and enemy ground fires at the site caused them to abort the first attempt, Master Sergeant Gordon was inserted one hundred meters south of the crash site. Equipped with only his sniper rifle and a pistol, Master Sergeant Gordon and his fellow sniper, while under intense small arms fire from the enemy, fought their way through a dense maze of shanties and shacks to reach the critically injured crew members. Master Sergeant Gordon immediately pulled the pilot and the other crew members from the aircraft, establishing a perimeter which placed him and his fellow sniper in the most vulnerable position. Master Sergeant Gordon used his long range rifle and side arm to kill an undetermined number of attackers until he depleted his ammunition. Master Sergeant Gordon then went back to the wreckage, recovering some of the crew's weapons and ammunition. Despite the fact that he was critically low on ammunition, he provided some of it to the dazed pilot and then radioed for help. Master Sergeant Gordon continued to travel the perimeter, protecting the downed crew. After his team member was fatally wounded and his own rifle ammunition exhausted, Master Sergeant Gordon returned to the wreckage, recovering a rifle with the last five rounds of ammunition and gave it to the pilot with the words, "good luck." Then, armed only with his pistol, Master Sergeant Gordon continued to fight until he was fatally wounded. His actions saved the pilot's life.
Master Sergeant Gordon's extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty were in keeping with the highest standards of military service and reflect great credit upon him, his unit and the United States Army.

In the 2001 film Black Hawk Down, Gordon was portrayed by Danish actor Nikolaj Coster Waldau; the account would generally follow that of the book.

PS: He should have a Master Parachuter badge above "US Army"...I took this photo before I added it. Oops. I'll re upload the finished version at a later date when I get the good photos done.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

2/27/09: Sailor Neptune and Uranus


Because I wanted to color something on the computer. Bookmarks?

2/26/09: Bride

#150! Hooray!

2/25/09: Amica & Sofie all wet


Mostly I wanted to draw Amica with wet hair. They are brother and sister, if you couldn't tell by them looking basically the same.

2/24/09: Amica


Somehow everything below her chin is magically flat. *shrugs*