I've been making some quick sketches from photos in National Geographic magazines. This is from the April 2014 issue's story on coal. Coal miners in India (such as the boy in this portrait) experience the same working conditions that many English coal miners in the 19th century faced.
Well, howdy! Found a few of these old Dune sketches lying around and thought that they should see some light of internet-day. I’ve also been super-busy on another lil’ project involving maps, about a hundred of ‘em on cocktail napkins, so stay tuned for that one, kiddos!
Uhhh, HI. A Novice’s Guide to Geoduck Farming is done and there are some rough cuts ducking around out there, but I still haven’t done a good clean first run. So stay tuned. In the meantime (Spacehog, anyone?), here are some sketches. I’ve been tryin’ to get real loose, not think about what I’m drawing when I’m drawing. Like the opposite of those weird monks that think intensely about every bite they take when they eat. So yeah, usually dogs or mountains or slugs make an appearance, cause I guess that’s what I’m thinking about when I’m not thinking.