Last one for now.
Step 3: inky goodness (3/3)
A shield or crest of some sort, I’m not quite sure. Definitely doodle wall material, but I have nothing to sick anything up with right now.

Last one for now.

Step 3: inky goodness (3/3)

A shield or crest of some sort, I’m not quite sure. Definitely doodle wall material, but I have nothing to sick anything up with right now.

Step 3: Inky goodness
An abstract figure drawn from life.
I really don’t know why I signed this twice, I didn’t notice until I uploaded this image.

Step 3: Inky goodness

An abstract figure drawn from life.

I really don’t know why I signed this twice, I didn’t notice until I uploaded this image.

Step 3: inky goodness (1/3)
An armored fella. A bit Tau-ish but not too much.
This one is little and might go on the doodle wall.

Step 3: inky goodness (1/3)

An armored fella. A bit Tau-ish but not too much.

This one is little and might go on the doodle wall.

Step 2: quick scribblins (3/3)
After looking at the art of Alex Pardee (http://tumblrculosis.com/), I wanted to make a screaming cube, so here’s a screaming cube.
This was all done in graphite, which is unusual for me.

Step 2: quick scribblins (3/3)

After looking at the art of Alex Pardee (http://tumblrculosis.com/), I wanted to make a screaming cube, so here’s a screaming cube.

This was all done in graphite, which is unusual for me.

Step 2: quick scribblins (2/3)
This one was a class assignment, involving experimentation with reflective surfaces. I’m not usually one to draw a nailclipper lemme tell you.

Step 2: quick scribblins (2/3)

This one was a class assignment, involving experimentation with reflective surfaces. I’m not usually one to draw a nailclipper lemme tell you.

Step 2: quick scribblins (1/3)

Heave it up you filth. This picture is grainy.

Step 2: quick scribblins (1/3)

Heave it up you filth. This picture is grainy.

step 1: straight to the doodle wall (2/2)
More eels, the ink looks poor because of the dramatic light in here, this was as much of the texture as I could eliminate with a single filter in Gimp before it started looking like an NES screencap.

step 1: straight to the doodle wall (2/2)

More eels, the ink looks poor because of the dramatic light in here, this was as much of the texture as I could eliminate with a single filter in Gimp before it started looking like an NES screencap.

Got a buncha stuff to upload, so we’re gonna do it in steps.
Step 1: straight to the doodle wall (1/2)
A basic beaky eel, blurry because he’s not very significant, just made him to fill up the wall.

Got a buncha stuff to upload, so we’re gonna do it in steps.

Step 1: straight to the doodle wall (1/2)

A basic beaky eel, blurry because he’s not very significant, just made him to fill up the wall.

A person. A perfectly average, typical person. Okay he MIGHT spend a little too much time with his cats, but we all have our quirks.

A person. A perfectly average, typical person. Okay he MIGHT spend a little too much time with his cats, but we all have our quirks.

I finished the alien guy. I also left in a bit of my floor because I couldn’t get a good focus in the poor light. The border it creates both distracts from the blurriness and compresses the image inward. I might take a better photo later, but for now, it’s going on the wall.
It really wasn’t much of a massacre.

I finished the alien guy. I also left in a bit of my floor because I couldn’t get a good focus in the poor light. The border it creates both distracts from the blurriness and compresses the image inward. I might take a better photo later, but for now, it’s going on the wall.

It really wasn’t much of a massacre.