Instead of simply posting a finish drawing, I decided to break it down in an informal “step-by-step” and how we got to the finish line, dudes and dudettes. I drew this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sketch using a Wacom Tablet and Photoshop. I worked on it the past two weeks, about maybe 40ish minutes per session.
I usually make a “sketchbook” file at the beginning of the week I use to doodle in my downtime. That’s usually where most of my stickers come from. Sometimes I work longer on drawings. Like this one for instance.
And that was last week’s drawing. I’m not over-the-moon about it, but I just thought it would be neat to see the process since it has a little bit of everything. I’m also teaching a Photoshop class at work and feel teacherly. That’s what I got this week. Cowabunga, guys.
Once again I’m moving forward with ballpoint sketches with a “monster” theme (although with this addition we may just have to call it “horror”) and here’s The Shape aka Michael Myers. This classic slasher needs no introduction. I was going to work on a Dracula piece (debating about doing Lee or Lugosi) but ended up with Myers simply because I wanted to fill in a lot of shadow. With drawing, much like horror, it’s about what you don’t see that can get the point across in an even better way.
Click to read my review of an itsy bitsy Ninja Turtles pinball machine! Also imagine a grown man posing his Michelangelo action figure several ways for the pictures in this article. It’s not sad at all. Coin-a-bunga, dudes!