Some real quick, colored doodles I did when taking a break from homework. The gal on the left is Sulla from O Human Star, and the (curiously shirtless) fellow on the right is Oswald Dytel from Knights Errant.
Someday I will do large, complicated illustrations for both webcomics, but at the moment I have Identity Design stuff and client work to get back to. *slinks away*
I tend to draw the opposite of whatever my current class assignment is. Right now, I’m working on a mock ad campaign for Build-A-Bear Workshop, so for the past few days I’ve been doodling a mutant wolf-thing with an exposed skull and multiple eyes.
Because the direct opposite of cute, fluffy teddy bears are nightmare wolves, I guess.
First go at doing a design for Xiuhcoatl, spirit form of the Xiuhtecuhtli -god of fire, the sun, heat, and lord of volcanoes. So, of course, Xiuhcoatl looks like… none of those things!!
idek, I guess I got hung up on his name meaning “turquoise serpent,” rather than actually focusing on, y’know, what he’s the god of. And he sort of ended up looking more like a water/lightning serpent. Whoops.
Fella from the same story as this lady. He’s been surprisingly hard to draw/design, and I finally managed to get him looking presentable. Or, y’know, as presentable as you can make a recently zombie-fied dude with aphasia.