52 in ’22
This year’s drawing challenge. Draw weekly in 2022.
The onocentaur has the upper body of a man and the lower body of an onager (wild ass). The upper part is rational; the lower part is exceedingly wild. #27 of 52
Pencil on Paper
Owls have a bad and racist reputation in bestiary lore, but I think they are lovely birds. #26 of 52
In Bestiary lore, the Fox is seen as a trickster who rolls around in red mud to look dead and lure birds in so he can eat them. In my Bestiary drawing, the bird and fox work together to fend off the true beasts. #12 of 52
Pencil on paper
This is the final project in the Procreate class I took. I learned some great techniques although this drawing definitely belongs in the bad category. Ha ha. #11 of 52
In Bestiary lore, the elephant is often seen as the enemy of the dragon or the beast of burden for humans. I chose to depict the mighty elephant using her tusks to skewer a pesky human who would do her harm. #10 of 52
Pencil on paper
This comic is from an assignment from the Procreate class on Udemy. It was fun to interpret the six panel comic and make it my own. I hated the first version, but by creating it in layers I could hide what I didn’t like and keep what I did to start over. Drawing #9 of...
Study for a new painting concept.
The dragon is larger than all the rest of the serpents and than all other animals in the world. The Greeks call it 'dracontam', and from this comes its Latin name 'draco'. It is said that it is often tempted to come out of caves into the air, and the air is shaken by...
This is another section of the Udemy class on Procreate where we learned how to make a three paneled comic. Drawing #7 of 52 (52 in ‘22)