Thursday, September 25, 2008

Space Bug

A very quick sketch. I think I drew this in the bathroom.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Same Sketch, Different Diner

To the casual observer, this looks like the same sketch I did a few months ago, but upon closer examination you will see that it was drawn at a different restaraunt.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Eye Test

I think this is supposed to be a barbarian character fighting a bunch of skeletons. Or maybe it's just a bunch of dots.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Super Girl

A quick doodle of that girl with the cape. Oops, I guess I forgot to draw the cape. When I have the time, I'd like to draw more super heroes.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)


Just another unfinished goofy girl sketch.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)


Another very quick doodle.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)


My wife thinks this looks like our little toddler girl but drawn as an older kid. It's really just another random doodle character, but it does kinda look like her if she was a mutant freak.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


I drew this late last night, and when I looked at it this morning, it seemed a lot darker than I remember. I guess I need to dim down the DS's screen when sketching in the dark.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Thursday, September 11, 2008

War Girl

Don't mess with the girl with the sword.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Practice II

I have to admit, after all these months, this is still my favorite way to sketch. By the way, if you didn't already know, last month I drew a comic strip using the DS. You can read it here at the Little Green Dog website by clicking here: Streams Episode 4.

(Colors! and Nintendo DS Lite.)

Friday, September 5, 2008


I better post something before Droosan gets way ahead of me again!

This is a quick experiment I did during lunch today. A friend told me about a color technique where the human face can be broken down into three color zones: (from top to bottom) yellow, red, and blue. This has to do with the visibility of blood vessels under the skin. I applied these colors after painting the face as a very thin glaze, and you know what? It works!

(Painted using Colors! on a Nintendo DS Lite.)