Monday, January 26, 2009

Even at Mt. Seymour...






This is for all the teenage waitresses out there who can't be spared from drunken advances even in sleepy Mt. Seymour. Especially if it looks like their first generation Korean girls, who no doubt are twice as grossed out because in addition to the middle aged marauders being old, balding, tactless and smelly, their also big and hairy....





Trying to enforce fabric folds a bit more in my studies, cause only after overhearing (friend of a friend of a friend) how disappointed Disney was with the last round of applications, it's something I probably skip over or cheat far too often.

Aaand I was hoping to get around to putting poses of this guy up with the stationary sketch, maybe next week. Originally a Pterodactyl, but decided it would be less convoluted to just make him a dragon, so he fits more automatically into the "fantasy" genre. As soon as you add extra arms in addition to the wings, it autmatically says "dragon" as opposed to dinosaur...

3 comments:

macaronni said...

I always have trouble with folds. Something definitely worth investing one's time on.

Good work.

Tel Coelho said...

That's wonderful!!!

justdoodleit said...

Nice draping details in second sketch & cute dragon :)