Color palette tutorial time!
This is by no means the Only Way To Pick Colors—it’s just a relatively-simple method I use sometimes. I’ve found it works pretty well, almost regardless of what colors you pick—as long as you can keep them organized by those light/dark warm/cool categories, and make sure one category takes up a significantly higher proportion of page space, it usually turns out pretty good!
This is really awesome. I am guilty of wanting to use all the colors, forever.
ALRIGHTY, KIDDOS! IT IS GIVEAWAY TIME BECAUSE I FINALLY GOT 100 FOLLOWERS AFTER BEING ON HERE FOR ALMOST THREE YEARS AND BECAUSE IM OPENING A WEBSTORE CALLED CTHULHU’S ORPHANAGE ON STORENVY SOON.
WHAT’S THE PRIZE?
A 7-8FT. LONG SQUID OF ANY COLOR YOU SEE IN THE LAST PHOTO TO SATISFY YOUR TENTACLE NEEDS.
HELL. YEAH. SON.
REBLOG. LIKE. WHATEVER.
I WILL PICK A WINNER ON JULY 16 USING A RANDOMIZER.
THIS IS FOR USA ONLY BECAUSE SHIPPING IS EXPENSIVE. I AM SORRY ABOUT THAT.
OMG, I hope I win!
I made fan art for Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos. Watch it once and you’ll understand my instant love. <3
( Of course, it’s also on Red Bubble. )
I originally drew this back in December for a Vine - now it’s available on Red Bubble as t-shirts, stickers, cards and prints!
Which I think is great timing as the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters was earlier this month - and the theatrical rerelease of the (arguably flawless) movie is happening in August!
Portrait of Maya Angelou.
The Paper Architect trailer
"The Paper Architect is a play combining paper-craft, animation, projection mapping and performance. It tells the story of an old model-maker who uses his paper creations as vessels for his imagination."
This is basically like saying “You’re not smart enough to make your own art”. Thanks, world.
Monkey Rag is almost past the point where festivals would reject it if it were online, and I’m almost past the point where I don’t care about that anymore. So in one week, I’m releasing “Monkey Rag” online for better or for worse (hopefully better.) In anticipation of this event, Nate and I made a short behind-the-scenes look at the making of the cartoon. We hope you enjoy it!
This video is amazing.