Sunday, April 29, 2012
Monday, April 23, 2012
http://r-dart.tumblr.com/ and here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rebeccadart/
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
The epic conclusion, and one of my favorite kinds of endings: everyone dies. You don't see it too often, probably because it's sad. But every once and awhile: why not?
Over the past few months I've made a lot of progress with a couple different projects and should have some good stuff to post soon.
Monday, March 12, 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012
I feel bad for neglecting the blog recently. It's been a busy few weeks. I badly rolled my ankle playing soccer last week and have had to keep my foot elevated all week to get the swelling down to a somewhat normal size. Unfortunately it's hard to draw on your stomach with your foot in the air (I got carpet burns on my elbows trying- another reason to learn how to draw with your whole arm rather then your wrist). Now that it is mostly green instead of mostly purple I've been able to ditch the crutches and sit at a desk again. In addition to the ankle, the two projects I've been working on are both long term and not yet blog worthy, although the one ( another comic) should in a few months.
This is a part of a four page comic I did a few years ago. It's based on a picture book I created during a book making class in college. I'm re-writing it again as a young adult book in the limited spare time I have and while I'm unsure if I'll finish it any time soon/if ever, it's still a story I really enjoy. So here's page 1, I'll put up a page each Monday over the next three weeks until the stories finished and hopefully I'll have something new after that.
Monday, February 6, 2012
Just a brush this time. I have to say I was pretty pleased with the results. I think all the work I did with the thicker brush pen helped me out when it came to the smaller #1 brush. The line is still a little shaky but its coming along. This is one of the few Ironpaw drawings I've done that I think holds up well in just black and white. Too often I use color to cover up bad design decisions.