It doesn’t matter much, though, since my ability to draw pretty ladies extends about as far as I can flick a boulder. I make do with “visual cues.” *koff*
Need a RECAP?
Take Him To The Pit!
As always, click the pic to embiggen.
I’ve also included my latest Artisan Pony, which is one of my more unfortunate ones. I intentionally started drawing from the back of the neck, which led to some, whatchamacallits…birth defects. Submissions always welcome, click the pony for details.
The Wizard’s Lesson has rounded the last curve and is entering the final straightaway, to use pony terminology. I figure that by the end of the next two weeks, it will be finished. I’ll make a post with the entirety of the work as the last entry for it.
Anybody have suggestions/requests on what to draw next, beyond my “Grammar Nazis” comic and “the benchilada tarot?”
Look! My first guest art from my Artisan Ponies Project!
It is drawed by my favorite person, Nadja Robot.
My pony for the day is:
Hind legs = ham hocks? SUCCESS.
SUBMISSIONS ARE WELCOME.
The rules are only that there: only ink, NO photo reference, and drawn with relative rapidity.
Unrelated, I’ll have eight full panels worth of The Wizard’s Lesson on Thursday.
Yeah, I’m a few days behind. I’ve been busy.
I’ve been having far too much fun already with my Artisan Ponies project on Tumblr. If you’ve been following my art for long, you know that animals are NOT my forte, but that somehow my horses always look…unique.
I’m starting the next Wizard’s Lesson tonight–a two page splash–and I’ll do my damnedest to have it up for Tuesday. For now, we have:
The Wizard’s Lesson Part One
The Next Page
The Lastest So Far
First VERY preliminary sketches for the Tarot deck I’m going to do have started. Don’t worry, I won’t be crossing any streams, and will finish The Wizard’s Lesson before continuing.
In other news, Nadja and I are working next week on our online sales model. We should have it up soon and you can buy terribly fun things from us.
For now, peace out motherfuckers.
REMINDER: The pony and tarot sketches leave copyright November 20, 2014.