Posts Tagged ‘doodle swap’

Doodle Swap #8

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

For this one, I did this big drawing (with the gridlines) so I could split it up and each person would get a little piece with a little bit of detail. Here’s the whole thing:

A few more doodle swap doodles

Sunday, October 17th, 2010

The dog nose one was actually in a dream I had. It was incredibly, incredibly creepy at the time. That was probably 15 years ago, so you can see it stuck with me.

Ol’ Sphincter Business is Done

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

…but I think I am keeping him. Sorry, theoretical doodle swap recipient! Click for big, of course.

Another Doodle Swap

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

here’s another one for this sessions “Dreams & Nightmares” doodle swap. Another crummy photo rather than a scan, though. Once they’re all done I’ll scan them.

doodle swap WIP

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

The theme for this session’s Doodle Swap is “Dreams and Nightmares.” I’m working on this guy at the moment. Others, too, but I’m happiest with Ol’ Sphincter Business here. The actual size is pretty small (this image should be about the right size – 2.5″ x 3.5″ – click for big) – and this is just a photo, not a scan, so it’s not super fantastic. Soz.

Doodle Swap beginnings

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

I’m doing the Doodle Swap this round and did not realize I had to do TEN doodles (way to go reading things.) Still – very fun. Also very fun to get doodles in the mail (three so far!) So I’ve started doodling, though one of these is for IF and I am not sure if the guy in the lower left is going to survive. With a business trip Sunday through yesterday and lots of work to do, 2.5″ x 3.5″ is about the best I can manage, so hooray for size limits!

Click for quite a lot larger. The pencil is all still there, sorry. It’s several kinds of pens – a nib or two I’m getting used to (mostly the Gillott 303, possibly some of the Nikko G), Pentel Brush Pen, Micron .005 in a couple places and also my Namiki Falcon fountain pen which I wasn’t sure if I would like and wound up using constantly (with a converter so I can use Noodler’s ink)