More playing around with tan paper. Dragontoad - maybe that's where firetoads come from in D&D, kinda based on real horned frogs. I figured a toad was appropriately Halloweenish!
Tan paper really seems to push me towards thinking about big areas of black or spot white highlights, 'cause a middle tone's already there. I kinda wish now I'd started off playing with it at the beginning of Inktober. Was thinking about Alexander Nevsky and Iain McCaig's initial attempts to design Darth Maul with elaborate helmets.
This day in Inktober, I'm finally brave enough to try out this pad of awesome tan paper which has been sitting around for literally months. Kinda want to draw on this stuff more.
Forge-town and cliff-town. Do you remember the good old days before the ghost town?
Current Residence: Duncan, Idaho|
Favourite genre of music: Punk's not dead.
Favourite style of art: Capoeira, Wing Tsun
Operating System: LaTEX for the Dalek 5.3
Shell of choice: Clam
Wallpaper of choice: Paisley
Skin of choice: Freckled
Favourite cartoon character: "San" from "Mononoke Hime"