Here are some doodles from my sketchbook I made during this month:
Just like a carpenter might have a favorite hammer or a mechanic might have a favorite wrench or any other worker in a skilled trade, every artist might have a favorite tool that they can't do without or that they keep coming back to even after experimenting with other tools. For me its the Prismacolor Col-Erase Colored Pencils, they're great for initial sketching or under-drawings. I always carry some with my sketchbook.
I wondered what others work with, so I asked some of my favorite artists on Tumblr and Twitter what their favorite tool of the trade was. This is what they shared:
How about you? What is your favorite tool of the trade?
Read more at my blog >> www.iamodoodles.com/blog/2015/…
Theme Feature #1: Christmas/New Year'sI've decided to do a feature with a theme at the end of every month. I posted the theme in the Thumbshare forum, and these are some great artworks I got. Don't be upset if I didn't choose you; I had a lot of great stuff to choose from.
So here are the ones I chose to feature:
Merry Christmas by Pandanoid Christmas Seal by MischievousPooka tis the season of materialism by starplexus
Homo Alone by OllieLamontagne Christmas postcard by Synoku Merry Christmas by Lollypopsnbows Christmas Deer, oh Christmas Deer by Rosaka-Origo Christmas Eve by goldomega
Victorian Christmas by Billiski A Winter Journey by Frostwindz Winter Road by Badgercheese1994 Ohh by NicoleDaney Return to Sender by cheslah
Cartoonist and Character Designer / Demented and sad, but social / Guilty of making "Nerdmigos" webcomic since 2009 / Born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico / Loves donuts and Star Wars.|
A communication specialist at heart, I found my sweet spot in cartooning and character design. Through drawing and writing I found my calling, and now I crave to create characters that tell amazing and entertaining stories through well-constructed shape-based designs.