My friend Rose has an indie-go-go campaign for her absurd animal illustrations project. Check it out!
rebloggable by request
Yep, that’s about the size of it.
Robot-A-Day #12: Brains & Brawn (pen and ink with prismacolor)
Two personality programs in one, Brains & Brawn can convert from a smart and fast robot form to a savage and strong one.
Day 1: Count Drillcula
Day 2: Treadasaurus
Day 3: Grim Roadster
Day 4: Big-5
Day 5: T.A.R.C.
Day 6: Dizon-1
Day 7: Dizon-2
Day 8: Dizon Robosctructure
Day 9: Robot from the Black Lagoon
Day 10: Heads-Up
Day 11: Thanorite
Robot-A-Day #9: The Robot From the Black Lagoon (pen and ink with prismacolor)
Another of Count Drillcula’s associates. ‘B.L.’ is the only one of of the robot monsters who can function underwater, and he uses this to his full advantage… hiding from Drillcula when the Count is on a rampage!
Like Drillcula, he would have a pull-back-and-go motor. Instead of just shooting forward, however, his ‘fin blade’ would spin as he wheeled around on his treads.
If people enjoy this ‘series’, I may wind up doing them based on the major Universal Monsters (maybe not the Phantom).
Djeanie - Pen and ink with prismacolor
I’m not just about robots, I also sometimes draw mischievous genies in green leopard capri pants.
This was inspired by me imagining what a sitcom that blended the concepts from I Dream of Jeanie and Married with Children would be like.
Robot-A-Day #6: Dizon-1 (pen and ink with prismacolor)
Standing 40 feet tall, Dizon-1 stands as mankind’s best defense against alien invaders, supernatural monsters and the robot minions of criminals and evil governments. Go Dizon-1!
Retro space Guns (Pen and ink with prismacolor)
An assortment of weapon designs for the same concept that spawned the T.A.R.C.s.
I was inspired by the golf-bag of awesome guns that the TSR Buck Rogers RPG had and tons of vintage ray pistol toys and props.
The Walking Bread in Progress
This is my concept for an OMFG Series 4 figure. It is a zombie loaf of bread, with bite-marks and various mold and fungus growths. Any suggestions for its development are welcome.
Robot-a-Day #5: T.A.R.C.s (Pen and ink with prismacolor)
An attempt at developing a retro-robot for a homegrown retro-sci-fi project that, for right now, is in limbo. I’ll be showing more of the designs I did for that as time goes on.
The T.A.R.C.s are fill-in crewmembers assigned to patrol rockets in case of crew death. While they don’t excel at any given role, they’re useful robotic jacks-of-all-trades. Different combinations of heads and colors are used to differentiate them from one another, as humans find armies of indistinguishable beings unsettling.
The T.A.R.C.s find that ironic, given how difficult it is to tell the walking meatsacks apart.
Robot-a-Day #4: Big-5 (ballpoint sketch inked w’ prismacolor)
Every team needs a cool guy, and Big-5 is the coolest around with his sports-car red armor and his massive five-fingered-fist of justice.
Robot-a-Day #3: The Grim Roadster (ink and photoshop)
He comes on speeding wheels to carry your hard drive to the afterlife. The Grim Roadster is a gruesome companion of Count Drillcula, with unmatched speed and his deadly megatomic scythe he is a force to be contended with.
Of course, he’s half car. A bit of inspiration from Big Daddy Roth.
Robot-a-Day #2: Treadasaurus (ballpoint, ink and prismacolor)
For day 2, we’ve got a quick ballpoint pen doodle done up with prismacolor and black ink.
Treadasaurus clearly exists in the same universe as Drillcula, what are his alliances? What are his powers? Only time will tell…
Robot-a-Day #1: Count Drillcula! (Ink and Prismacolor)
This is supposed to be an art blog, so I’m going to try and push myself to do art by making myself do a drawing and/or sketch a day to post. For the first month, we’re going with robots!
This is Count Drillcula, he’s an evil robot vampire from the future and is the coolest toy that was never made. He has a pull-back and go motor, swappable arms, and his trademark weapon ‘the Transylvania Twist.”
“Hands Tutorials for Those Who Hates Drawing Them”
Original can be found on Pixiv, I just translated it. I figured it can be helpful to some.
Here’s a combined version for those who prefer one giant tutorial.
omg this is wonderful
reblogging for reference
I reblogged this so many times I finally found the translated version
HANDS ARE HARD TO DRAW LEMME PUT THIS HERE FOR LATER USE.
Oh yes. Hands indeed!
FLASHBACK FRIDAY REPOST, bringing you art from the Robot Monster that you may have missed the first time through…
Red Sky #2 - Vector Art Illustration - The second in my Red Sky series.
Reposted from my deviantart.