I know. That song is in the blood. It's because of Kimbra.http://jeffrywith1e.blogspot.com/2011/12/kimbra.html
@Jeffry - Yeah, Kimbra really injects the emotion at the end to set the whole thing off. Great song.- Ark
I'm sure this has been asked, but what program are you using for your art?ERIC!
@Eric - Art process questions can never be asked too many times. :) I use Photoshop CS5 and a Wacom Bamboo for the inking and coloring. For pencils I use . . . well . . . pencil and paper - cuz chicks dig a dude with a sketch pad. - Ark
Taking a CS5 class right now in school, I'm having a hard time translating my skill with a pencil over to a stylus...Thanks! Love your stuff, BTWERIC!
@Eric - Thanks a lot.I follow some artists on deviantArt who do live streaming of their drawing - and that's where I've probably learned the most important stuff about Photoshop. Nothing beats peeking over the shoulder of professionals - and being able to ask them questions.For the initial sketch, I prefer pencil. The stylus is too slippery for me. I'm getting the hang of inking with the stylus though - the slipperiness seems to aid in creating a fluid line - and I've reprogrammed my wacom buttons to enable easy undo, redo, and image rotation. Rotation is vital to get the right angle and curve on an ink line. :)Good luck with your class!- Ark
It's a bit too "Fred Flintstone" for me. Was it an exercise in shading/lighting?
@bio - Um . . . not sure what you mean invoking Fred's name. Does it have something to do with it being retro cartoony - or were there just too many brontosauruseses in the background? :)It was an exercise in attempting to convey a mood/emotion. Rather than just a blank stare - a blank stare with purpose.- Ark