My Pet Remote Controlled Zombie Alien Cyborg
This is sort of a 'proof of progress' piece.
By that I mean it's related to the whole ADHD thing. As in, now that I'm on meds, I can work on things like this. I just worked on this thing for hours, until my knuckles cramped up, and here I am putting it up on the web and all that on top of all the drawing.
Not much of an achievement, but compared to how bloody difficult it's been for me to stick to any one task in the past, this was epic. I'll admit; it's not quite done. I may still go back and add a proper background and clean up the robot alien thing a bit, but even if I don't, this is ok. Done is better than perfect.
This was a good one to break my hand back in on. I did some of the work out in the hybrid after the hurricane hit and took out our power. Let me tell you; hanging out alone in a car in a pitch black area with the interior lights on while drawing on a tablet starts off as uncomfortable, rapidly reaches full blown paranoia, and finally descends into the squealing heebie jeebies once your imagination gets the better of you.
Speaking of drawing in odd places, I cannot wait to get a hold of the new wacom Inkling when it comes out. Go out and google it; there's plenty out there. It's a regular ball point pen that also happens to track every line and stroke and store them digitally. and then you export them, and you have true vector art of what you just drew. SO AWESOME
Anyway, it's late, I'm stoned on ambien, and it's time to crash. before this post gets REALLY weird.