She’s really rocking away on that guitar!
Kid wearing a knit ski cap. My attempt at being trendy? Don’t know, but I’d like to use this basic design somewhere, methinks.
A redesign of a character from a webcomic idea. Had things turned out just a little differently, you would have ended up with this kid instead of Jessie and Swordmaster Odyssey. (Well, actually, he wasn’t the main character, so I guess it would be more correct to say “instead of Kevin and Swordmaster Odyssey.”)
Still playing with that same character design. This time I tried shorts with long stockings for a “trendier” feel… I guess…
Who is this mysterious woman? Is she the one who recently appeared on the cover of Swordmaster Odyssey Chapter 7 with Thanatos, Silver, and the masked man? What is her connection with those three?
A cute little sketch of Jessie that I did.
Not sure what this little guy is, but I felt like drawing something with goggles. He’s pretty cute, I guess.
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Wow, I haven’t really sketched these characters since #14…
‘Tis the princess. If you may recall, she has been forced to disguise herself as a commoner in order to escape across the border after a particuarlly nasty revolution overthrows the government that her once father ruled.
I think this is a cute pose for some reason.
Concept sketch for the princess’s commoner outfit.
Concept sketch for the thief kid’s outfit. His feet are a little big here, methinks.
I once took great pride in the fact that, although the animation is taking forever~ I’d never missed a Swordmaster Odyssey update. Sigh…
The simple upgrade that I mentioned a couple posts or so back should have taken only an afternoon or so. Yet, in the end, it wasted a week of my life, cost me over $200 more than it should have, and took the life of an innocent hard drive. Bah…
I backed up the important stuff (namely all the stuff for the company), but at the very moment that I realized the little diodes on the bottom of the drive had snapped off, images flashed through my mind of all the stuff I had somehow managed to forget! Unless I want to pay for a hard drive recovery–or go through the trouble of hunting down the exact same make/model/date hard drive and swap out the chip boards–it’s likely gone forever, along with a bunch of other stuff that got lost in the transition. Alas! What a fate to befall me!
What’s worse is that with all that time I spent getting stuff together, there was no way for me to do last week’s page, let alone upload it. Hopefully, I’ll be able to pull together this week’s. I make no promises. (The irony here is that I said that last week’s update would be up without a doubt, while I didn’t see myself doing a Sketchbook Monday. Guess which one made it and which one didn’t!) 😉
Sorry for not letting everyone know sooner–it’s been a stressful couple of weeks.