Tag Archives: Lantern

Drawing – The Obsolete Gods

As I occasionally enjoy drawing stuff that I find cool or clever but not necessarily aesthetically sublime, and as I’m a fan of the original art style and setting of the video game Team Fortress 2*, I’ve lately been drawing … Continue reading

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Drawing – The Wanderers

You may think those vanilla fruit-like things scattered around the landscape are inspired by the style of Tim Burton. You’d be wrong. They’re inspired by the style of the old claymation game The Neverhood, which is sort of like Tim … Continue reading

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Drawing – Eastbound

One rather knowledgeable person once said that ancient Chinese travelers crafted scarecrow-like figures with a magnet fastened to one arm, and used as compasses. I haven’t found any information about it anywhere, but I find the idea inspiring. The concept … Continue reading

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Drawing – Lantern

You are not currently experiencing deja vu, nor are you the victim of a time travel paradox. I decided that having some posts with one picture and some with several, with only one letter in the title differentiating between the … Continue reading

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Drawing – Low Tide

I’m a bit proud of myself here. Any schlump could draw a grotesque monster and have it either massacre people or cuddle with puppies. It takes a special kind of schlump to draw a grotesque monster engaging in polite interspecies … Continue reading

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Drawing – Gaspard de la Nuit

A while ago, I read and was inspired by an obscure French comic book series called ‘Gaspard de la Nuit’. Not as much by the story – which is of average quality – but by the art, which is amazing. … Continue reading

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