Monday, August 27, 2012


Oh man so much fanart haha
Things have been good! That's why!! Tried to even it out with football head
(except I never draw stuff like that so hopefully it's not like super terrible)
I can't figure out if I should color the last one or not... but I really liked how her hand ended up.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Cool Kid

Wowee! I like this one. I wanna use her in some storyboards. 

Monday, August 20, 2012

Dancing girl

I did these in like 10 minutes. But they were fun. 
There's something about people dancing- like REALLY dancing. Like not caring about what they look like, hanging out with friends dancing, that I think it really fun and spontaneous. 

Thursday, August 16, 2012


Yesterday's sketches were Eureka seveN (in honor of it coming back on air this weekend).

And today's was the Beatles!

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Film characters 2012

Blog exclusive!


No, they're not at a dance. 

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Holden Caulfield

I got a cintiq! This thing is great, I'm starting to wonder how I survived without one.

These are sketches of Holden Caulfield, the main character in Catcher in the Rye. He's become one of my favorite male characters in literature. I heard that girls don't usually like the book, and I could understand why. Regardless, I liked it a lot and thought it was a great read. 
A lot of people ask me why I only draw girls, and usually, especially in TV and movies, females are foils, scapegoats, or manic pixie characters that work against the males. To put it generally, that's why I like them more. In literature, especially older literature, I tend to like male characters more. I don't like most modern male characters. 
The necessity of the use of narration in a book is also another reason why I generally like males more. In TV I find that I feel like male characters tend to fall flat to their basic character traits. 

EDIT: I had no idea that JD Salinger looked like this until after I drew these; but it's pretty much exactly how I pictured Holden OMG