28 July 2014

~Moving the blog

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24 July 2014

Oil Pastels!

Forest and Koala from photo reference.
Squirrel and Diver from life
...except for the diver, whom I made up.

I got a set of oil pastels over the weekend. It was a first. I knew the chalky kind of pastels, and was expecting something similar. Never have I been so wrong! They are like toddler crayons mixed with plasticine! They were imprecise, and I'm not used to that! But despite the initial difficulties, using them has caused me joy! They give a nice texture, solid colours, and I can mesh them with my fingers and it feels like I'm back in school, pushing plasticine over bristol boards to make homework models. My fingers end up coloured and mushy. And I've had FUN! I recommend them, but you need to get lots of colours, I've not found them that easy to mix. Maybe that will change over time once I'm more familiar to them.

But anyway, this are my first pieces, enjoy!

20 July 2014


This happened at work the other day!
And my bad grammar didn't help much... haha

13 July 2014

The Light Cauldron!!

Finished this today!
Here is a photo I took to make it and a WIP image.

Hope you like it :3

29 May 2014


Shawn caught a cold and said he was a booger making machine...

I've been posting a lot more updates on my facebook page!
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Thank you!

27 April 2014

A leap a day...

A photoshop study of an image of a frog 
(shown in an online Schoolism course)

And the traditional version made from memory
during a bus ride.

A couple kids at the bus were looking at me drawing over my shoulder :)

5 March 2014

La Rodilla del Diablo

There's a place called THE DEVIL'S KNEE in my hometown, inside the National Park.
It has a legend and the whole deal :)
Let me know if you'd like to know more about it.

21 February 2014

Baby Mint Fairy

In the Sketchbook Project Journal it said: 
"Deep inside the center of the earth there is a tiny..."

I imagined there is a tiny baby mint fairy 
playing a magical glass flute 
which emanates colourful floating musical lava.

Ballpoint pen and watercolours.

ALSO! Remember I promised a TUMBLR?
Here it is! Follow me! ;D

20 February 2014


A page from the Sketchbook Project Journal with a dream I had.

My brother is awesome at solving Rubik cubes.
I hope he teaches me to solve them some day :)

19 February 2014


I've got so much to work on...
Kept it to 2 hours-ish
Gonna try to do this more often!

18 February 2014

When we were kids

But to be honest, I don't think I'll ever grow out of them...

(Page from the Sketchbook Project Journal)

17 February 2014

Foot Notes / That Book Has No Spine

This is another page from the Sketchbook Project Journal.

I drew the character at the bottom as a different interpretation of "Foot notes" because I didn't just want to make foot notes on the page. The drawing at the back is for the phrase "That book has no spine". The first thing that came to mind was scattered pages all over the floor, but the idea of drawing a person without a spine seemed more interesting than a bunch of papers on the floor. Then I decided to go with that, a "book person", with no spine. It would give me the chance to make it a little visceral and grotesque, having bones penetrating the skin. I didn't plan the layout properly because I was just having fun. But If I re-did the whole thing, I would fix the perspective and have the sizes fixed to make it look like a spineless giant fell from the sky into a desert, and have the kid close. I would fix the lights (because they're all over the place at the moment), and I would add blood coming from the giant's injuries.

I want to refine my painting skills before re-doing anything... so I may eventually get  to doing such a thing :)

I drew this with a ballpoint pen, then painted it with different skin-tone markers, added some extra lights with acrylic, extra shadows with black prismacolor, faded in the tones at the back with a thin layer of water-dissolved white acrylic and fixed the image quality and added a slightly transparent gradient color layer in Photoshop.

New Books Smell Good

I was gonna read...
ended up high on new-book smell
and making this comic.

But I'm gonna read now! :P

16 February 2014


I bought 
"The Sketchbook Project Journal: 
More than 300 Ways to Fill a Page "
from The Sketchbook Project
(more info at http://www.sketchbookproject.com/)

Every page contains some lines 
to inspire you to draw something on them.

This baby was doodled on said journal. 
It's been fun so far filling up the pages!

15 February 2014