I’m doing commissions! Click below for more info!
The shape of my brain. And dick.
This drawing came incredibly easy to me, even though I’d been putting off drawing Scarecrow due to general fear of failure (this does not differentiate from the rest of my life at all). Sadly, as I was zipping along, I realized far too late I was “inking” on the wrong layer, directly over the “pencil” layer. Wah. Anyway, why isn’t Cillian Murphy a bigger star?
Yesterday was an incredibly bad day for me. I mean, near catastrophic bad. However, once things calmed down, I watched the movie PADDINGTON with my mom. Which, actually, may not have been a great choice. With my emotional state in pretty much a shattered state of disrepair, having spent the majority of my day struggling to maintain normalcy and breaking completely down when alone, I did not stop crying during the entire length of the movie. That said, I really recommend the movie. It’s fun, funny, adorable, and – perhaps I’m not the best to judge this right now – incredibly moving. Plus, Peter Capaldi plays a bad guy and also uses a phone box multiple times. And Nicole Kidman’s face still doesn’t work, but it’s fine here.
I hate Hush.
There are very celebrities or actors whom I’ll mourn or even feel anything when they eventually pass. John Astin is one of those who’ll hit me pretty hard.
So, I’ve always liked G.I. Joe, but rarely draw any characters. I dunno why. Even a few years ago, I rewatched the entire cartoon. Unlike it’s many cartoon peers I grew up with, G.I. Joe still holds up, totally. So anway, my pal Jason found the book below, and I took its lessons to heart and drew Zartan. It’s really simple. Draw a circle, draw a line through the center of the circle, and then finish drawing Zartan!
I’ve only read GWS’ origin story, told in the underrated Arkham Asylum: Living Hell series, one of the only DC Comics written by living internet temper tantrum Dan Slott.