Posted on August 2nd, 2018
This particular city skyline has a very specific sort of aesthetic, grim yet filled with delight. From the curlicue clouds to the building that’s a cat, there’s whimsy to go along with the gloom.
The painting is a true panorama, covering a swathe of buildings huddled close against the rain, their outlines loose and details smudged with rainfall.
Where would this whimsical oddity fit into your life?
Above, you can see a close-up of some of the buildings in all their grimly delightful glory. Below, this panoramic piece spans the whole writing desk, even without a frame to contain it.
Posted on July 25th, 2018
Next week the Floating Gallery will be back! Until then, you have this to tide you over, a little sketchbook drawing that I thought would make a very cool tattoo. I’ve been earwormed by Bastille all month for some reason, because my brain thought it’d be a great time to get into a 4-year-old Britpop album, but what can you do?
Draw skulls in paper crowns, that’s what.
I was considering making a card or print of this, what do you think?
Posted on July 18th, 2018
My patient Patreon supporters have sketches! They’re all pretty bad about asking for them, lol, but I love every person anyway since that makes it easier for me to go above and beyond when the mood strikes.
From left to right, we have:
- “storage units DOOM” for Jeff
- Bitty from OMGCP for Grace
- Matt from Swan Song for Corinne
- and on the bottom, dark and gloomy and fiery for Springbok
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Categories: Completed Commissions, People, Figures and Faces, Series and Books, Tentacles, Things I'm a Fan Of, Whimsical and Strange
Tags: bookmark, mattrick, nfs, omgcp, pen and ink, pencil, yellow sign
Posted on July 11th, 2018
I doodled this in my sketchbook the other day and liked it so much I finished it up and scanned it. Tony Stark is, in his own words, a billionaire genius playboy philanthropist, not to mention Iron man. This little chibi reflects at least two of those qualities!
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