Tuesday, February 5, 2013


Tried out a tool called Map Crunch (pulls up a random google street view image) for practicing environment painting. S'alright. The tool, I mean.

While at work, I found myself with a lot of free time, so I doodled.

Aaaand I finished off with drawing in my sketchbook.


  1. Yeha! More traditional drawings from the fishman

  2. hahaha "fishman." he hath many names.

    i'm interested in the last one - disliked for anatomical inconsistencies in the girl's left arm, length of her middle section/corset, and the awkwardly foreshortened right thigh; liked for her facial features, the general single line of figure's pose, the general look of her costume, and proving that your women have been looking less like extreme body-builder types.

    but overall, i like her because she's my type. ;0 she seems spunky, feminine, sharp and quick.

    weirdly enough, the sketch of the girl in the second image appears more correct, anatomically.

    ... intriguing google tool, Map Crunch. might use it. maybe.
    yes, MORE traditional drawings~! gogogog.

    1. |: you make love to one fish and they'll never let you forget it.

      Aah! I appreciate the breakdown of the issues. I know my anatomy and figures are among my weakest points, but when I work traditionally they just slap you in the face. Probably one of the reasons I've shied away from it. BUT NO LONGER.

      I'm glad though that you liked the character. I'm not afraid of being bad at a technical level, because that can always be practised. What scares me is not being able to make characters that are unique and interesting.

      ... extreme bodybuilders. >: the fuck, man. THE FUCK.