Alright! Here is the first half of the Craterville Coffee episode! This is a semester’s worth of tedious labor and my first real attempt at animating.
It’s missing a few sound effects and the current music is just temporary.
I drew my girlfriend’s old Burning Wheel character.
Anonymous asked: Do you do commissions?
You bet! The best way to contact me is via email (austinbreed at gmail).
Little bee dude just trying to get some homework done, or maybe watch some honey videos.
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In light of finishing Nano, and with encouragement from A Girl Who Writes(who came up with this idea, first!),...
- septembre-comme-du-poulet asked:What and where did you study ? Your drawings are absolutly AWESOME ! I wish i could draw stuff like that !
(thank you that’s very nice of you to say)
(I went to design school for a little while but dropped out. art school is bogus y’all...
- imaginationshow asked:I often find it frustrating going from sketch to finished illustration because the picture often looses a lot of life/energy/heart on the way. Have you had similar experience? And if so, do you have any tricks to get around it?
Yeah, if you figure out how, you let me know. That’s the great mystery. The closest I’ve gotten is to labor over the sketch/underdrawing for as long...
- mscorley asked:In regards to your ink wash drawings, how do you go about making the greyscale tones to paint with? I normally put a drop of ink like 5 wells on a paint tray and then add increasingly amounts of water with the intention of getting lighter and lighter colors but it never comes out properly. I get like 2 dark darks and then super light greys and no good in betweens so I just end up doing numerous layers. Any pro tips?
I do a similar thing, but a little differently. First, I only use sumi ink and a big fat Chinese calligraphy brush, which can hold a lot of water...