A few years ago I did a sketch that J thought would make a funny little animation. Well, today I finally made her vision a reality by doing my first personal animation in quite a long time (and our first animation post in even longer). It was fun, even if it's pretty simple. Secondary action study FTW!
Several weeks ago I was approached with a commission for a proposal. The lady was a big fan of The Little Mermaid, and her fella knew just what to do about that. The process was a bit delayed when The Poppy came along, but luckily his timetable was flexible. He was a delightful client to work with (which can be a rarer thing than you might expect with freelance), and it was fun to do this personalized adaptation. And really, it was pretty easy to draw them, they look practically like Disney characters as it is.
(The finished version had personal text in the classic Disney/TLM fonts.)
These last few weeks we've found ourselves sitting around a lot during long, quiet, sleepy evenings with a newborn, so we thought it was a good time to finally check out Parks and Recreation. Three weeks later we were all done and already missing our new pals. Binge-watching is the best and the worst. Anyway, here's what happened yesterday as a result:
Last time around the show du bébé was Alias, and, because I just realized that I had never posted the arts from that show after searching to provide a link, here's the character spread:
Recently we happily welcomed a new addition to our family. She's sweet and snuggly and has quite a shock of dark hair. And, of course, now that she's finally here, she's just begging to be drawn, so I present her first portrait by her daddy:
And now, keeping in tradition set when The Speck came along, here's her first unofficial portrait, beloved by nurses one and all.
We love you, little one! You already are and I'm sure you will continue to be the subject of many arts in the future.