Sunday, June 24, 2012

Week Twenty-One is Crafty

This week wasn't for drawing so much, but that doesn't mean it lacked creative endeavors. I made the origami boxes above for an upcoming party, and also made this doll room and box shown below:

They're to scale for 12 inch dolls. Here's one in the room before it and the blanket were done:
Next week I'm hoping to actually draw something complex.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Week 20 Puts Its Hoof Down (Finally)

The reason that this was not finished on time was that last Friday the cord to the laptop that I can use my tablet with fried. The new one came in today so this could finally be finished!

It could use more polish, I'm sure, but really it just needed to reach a reasonable level of completion.

So I present Pony Me, using magic to work with clay and form some sort of miniature... thing. The mark on her flank is a pencil and mini cupcake, inspired by a drawing that a friend did of me as a pony.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Week 20: Galloping Along

Fiddled around today during lunch. Shortened the front legs since they were way too long before.

That's all for now, trying to recover from a cold.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Week 20 Waddles Along

Hid the blue sketch lines so it's easier to see what's going on. Coming along nicely, though I have to keep resisting the urge to "paint" rather than draw.

The critter under the table is a guinea pig. His name is Squeaky in honor of the first guinea pig I owned when I was ten.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Week 20: Hoof-A-Riffic

Because I am arguably insane, I decided on June 1st to do "Camp National Novel Writer's Month", which is the name as the normal National Novel Writer's Month, but it's not in November. I won't be doing it in November because I will be a senior trying to finish up earning a Bachelor's degree in studio art and won't have time.

So, to keep myself sane, the weekly arts for June will be fairly simple. For this week, because ponies are relatively easy, I'll be turning myself into a pony. A unicorn. Because I can.

Again, digital drawing, since I'll be staring at the computer a lot anyway.