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Here are the past four days’ worth of Daily Draw February! Things took a turn for the dragony. Or maybe they were already dragony. They probably were. These were all done with Prisma pencils!


Diablo 3 succubus! I didn’t realize until I had already inked her torso that the design I was referencing had eight more breasts. It was interesting to figure out how to attach them. I had used photos of olympic gymnasts for the contortion reference. They are so incredibly bendy! This was a super fun piece. She’ll get some moody colors eventually!


Here’s another Daily Draw February sketch dump! I’ve recently rediscovered how much I love drawing trees. Having so much fun so far this month!


February 4 and 5’s daily drawings and a bunch of “blind as a Batman”s.  Totally having fun with these eyes-closed drawing exercises.


Fellow artist, @y2jenn, commissioned me to draw a caricature based on her likeness.

If you want one of these of your very own, I’m offering them for $5 each. 

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Look at how adorable this is. He even nailed down my pointy eyebrows. John’s art is SO great and he’s open for commissions!

Daily Draw February is here! The first three are the sketches for this month so far. I’m also posting them on my Facebook art account and on Twitter under the #DDF2014 tag.The bottom three are warmups from a few days ago.

I’m all over the place! You can always keep an eye on me at these places as well!


Daily Draw February is just about here! I thought I’d throw up all last year’s dailies just because.

Some recent warmups! Marc Anthony and Pussyfoot from Looney Tunes, a new dragon design that needs some noodling. I like the idea. It just needs to be refined a bit. And Jiro Ono. Jiro Dreams of Sushi is one of my favorite documentaries. The atmosphere, the people, the music, the food. Everything about it is so beautiful.

Here’s a finished space dragon! I titled this ‘Ptolemy’s Legend’ for the rad scientist that first recorded the Draco constellation. This was all done in Microns and white poster marker. I had way too much fun smearing the marker around.