These are quick sketches that I do every day to improve my drawing ability. It’s practice, not original art; freehand drawings of someone else’s artwork. Similar to sitting in an art museum painting Renaissance works, only I prefer cartoons to classics.
Gaston probably just put his muddy feet on Belle’s book Gaston is the disparity between charisma and character Beast is optimistic about something Road To Eldorado has serious problems, but they don’t bother Miguel. Rodent’s journey is about to end Eda’s owl staff from The Owl House Sketches completed by Early may 2021 Bugs is about to drop a sick burn Sketches completed by early May 2021 Rita and Runt – modern retelling Of Mice and Men The Baron is a stand-up guy Amity just saw Luz walk in Mister Kadota from Sakura Quest How do you get facial expression on a featureless robot? Easily it turns out I’d lamented that at this stage of life, I am shaped more like Tortoro than Gokku Totoro roaring Professor Farnsworth: “Good news, everyone!…” Some practice sketches based on Futurama. I think Hermes turned out best. Baymax, sketched during a meeting. I was TOO paying attention! More early sketches Dog shows lack of planning on artist’s part I’ll give you a hint; this dog probably isn’t in Kansas anymore Haku can help you escape from the oppressive workhouse, but remember he needs you too. Ran across this quote on the same day I did this Yogi Bear, and it seemed like they should be made into a meme “The same thing we do every night, Pinkie!” Scar isn’t completely wrong, but he isn’t completely right, either. What human BS did Timon just discover? Bugs Bunny is about to drop a sick burn The real reason NASA hasn’t explored the deep ocean Opus Peace Good Job, Jiminy, balancing on a pool ball Cerval cat Johnny 5 is really tough to draw An inaccurate sketch of WALL-E. That little bugger isn’t easy to draw One or the earlier sketches, of Scrooge MacDuck One of the first in the series; I’d been just doing pencil-control exercises for a couple weeks Pictures Diane and I drew of each other, once a long time ago Pencil sketches of other artwork. Most are Palomino pencil on coper paper.