Some of the illustrators around the Target apparel office decided to make some posters with positive sayings on them (think “hang in there” cat) and hang them up all over the place. I chose this one because, you know, I like high fives. And drawing squirrels is fun too.
Been playing Shovel Knight all weekend and dying a lot. So I had to take a break and make a little gif animation of this rad hero bouncing on one of the cute little slimes from the first Black Knight level.
It’s a crazy fun Duck Tales/Mega Man/Super Mario World kinda game. Definitely check it out if you like those sorta games :)
Mega Man 2 was a big game for me as a kid. I got the idea to do this drawing of all the bosses using their powers against each other, in the order it’s easiest to tackle the levels. And then put it in repeat, so it’s a big, never ending pattern.
You can click on the second version (so it’s actual size) and save it to use as a pattern for you desktop background or phone. Just remember to set it as “tiled.” Should go without saying, but if you use it publicly, please give credit.
Here’s a process video I put together of the Super Time Force drawing I did last week. I took 8 hours of footage and sped it up to 5 minutes, so you can see the penciling, inking, and coloring process happen really quickly, all in Photoshop.
Editing videos is pretty fun. Let me know if you enjoy this sort of thing and I’ll make more!
SUPER TIME FORCE! I’ve been dying to play this game for a couple years now (after first playing it at PAX, 2012) and it’s finally out! It’s so fun and creative. If you like old school games, definitely check it out!
Of course I had to do a drawing to celebrate all the time traveling, robot shooting, dinosaur skateboarding radness! Hope you like it :)
All 15 RGB Heroes are done, printed and ready for TCAF. I’ll have individual 5x7” prints with me at the One Percent Press table (122) all weekend. And hopefully available online afterwards (let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in!)