Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey have a drawing. Blah.
So I haven’t drawn in like 500 years. But I had some a lot of free time in the Airport on Monday night last week, plus some more yesterday, so here ya go.
Tonight I was bored so I Photoshopped the hell out of some of my art. Got some cool results.
Here’s “Chameleon” crystallized.
“Fractured Fresnel” with color halftone.
“Persistent Petals” with all sorts of things.
“Data” extruded twice (this is my favorite).
“Eyes of the Sphere” extruded once.
Heeeeeeeeeeeeey have a thing.
It sucks, but it’s a thing.
(I need to learn how to draw.)
Heeeeeeeey, have some airport art. Certainly not my best, but I didn’t have that much time in Seattle (which is abnormal) so this is all you get.
I done drawed!
I told myself I wouldn’t spend the time finishing this tonight. I lied.
(Claudia can’t draw, either, but that won’t stop this blog from happening.)
Remember when I tried to draw the continental US without looking at a map?
Well now let’s try it with Canada! Apologies in advance. Rough sketch:
Oh gods. Manitoba has an oscillating border, Ontario is NOT SHAPED LIKE THAT, and I think I cut off like 6000 square kilometers from the east coast by Hudson Bay.
Let’s take the rough sketch and refine it a bit, eh?
Yeah, Ontario is still screwed up (the dangly bit that dips down into the US is a lot bigger than in the picture) and I have no idea what happens to the northern part of Nunavut (all I knew is that it breaks up in a triangle-like shape, haha), but I guess it could be worse.
Also, ever notice that a lot of the provinces resemble some US states (or vice versa I guess)?
Think about it:
- British Columbia is like a fat California.
- Alberta is like a stretched Nevada.
- Saskatchewan is North Dakota on its side.
- Manitoba is Minnesota with somewhat straighter eastern borders.
- Yukon is a giant New Hampshire.
- Nunavut is an upside down broken-up Texas.
Also, Canada has a hypothetical four corners like the US (Saskatchewan, Manitoba, NW Territories, Nunavut), but it’s in a super remote area and since the NW Territories/Nunavut boundary hasn’t been totally surveyed yet, they’re not sure if they meet at the corner of the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border.
Oh my god, this looks so calming. I should get this when I want to draw but can’t think of any ideas.
Which is always.
‘Cause I suck.