So when I was a kid, one day I decided to make my own pants. I called them Dublin Denim. Then somehow Dublin turned into Booblin, which became my nickname. Then I made this drawing and it kind of looks like “booblin” is written on the left there. Then I decided to make my own language. It’s more of a font, but it’s called Dublaic and now I’ve got tattoos written in Dublaic on my arms. Check out the whole alphabet:
Another illustration from highschool. Took me two weeks to draw. There’s all kinds of hidden shapes in this sucker.
This was actually one of my first 3d renderings ever, made in 3dstudio max. Cut it in half and drew the right side in colored pencil. Sadly now I only use colored pencils as a fashion accessory.
Every wanted to cut a photo in half and try to draw the other half? Well I did. It is not a mirror image by the way, I was following the other half other the photo. Sadly I don’t do much drawing any more, so I thought I’d post this from 9 years ago.
Oh the Vanity! In AFO (Art Foundation) we were given an assignment to do 50 self portraits, all using different mediums. I know there are 2 photos, but one is black and white and one is color. That counts, right?
My theory is that anything in multiples is instantly interesting. This illustration puts that theory to the test, with approximately 1000 copies of the same stupid stick man drawing. Does it do something for you?
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FrithFlub Manor (pronounced “frith-fluss” cause it’s actually not a B, but some other crazy-ass letter) was a drawing I made in 10th grade for a history project. We were making maps of fictitious fiefdoms and everyone else was drawing 2d pencil-on-lined-notebook-paper drawings, so I thought I’d step it up. No 3D was used here.