I’ve been working on these limited-palette dragon head drawings off and on over the past few weeks. I’ve got a small series of them, all ready for finalizing and these need to be released as prints and t-shirts for sure. A few people have suggested perhaps even embroidered patches.
Stay tuned for more of the drawings in the series.
This sketch of a superhero roller derby girl was created for a client’s animation project which didn’t end up going past the concept stage.
There were of course a team of roller derby girls, each with their own powers, signature color and element. This girl’s element was obviously “water”.
I liked how this turned out, and it was fun to work in this more realistic cartoon style. I also enjoy coming up with variations on a theme, so I was looking forward to developing the rest of the characters in the group.
I discuss the new Kickstarter campaign, “Ghost Guard“, as well as my upcoming Kickstarter campaign schedule, including the ancient mysteries patch set, the “Cryptid Command: Series 2” patch set (Chupacabra, Mothman & The Kraken) and the Halloween patch set.
From there I discuss one of my favorite books from the past 5 years, “The War Of Art” by Stephen Pressfield. I dig into my perspective on the possible origins of his concept of “Resistance”, which I feel is rooted in perfectionism and procrastination.
Now live on Kickstarter: the “Ghost Guard“glow-in-the-dark embroidered patch, lapel pin and I.D. card campaign with reward levels that include original art, limited edition item sets and Kickstarter-only exclusives!