Monday, October 29, 2007

Let's Go Fly A Kite!

I did this seasonable picture last year for the Bilderwumme. But there's an autumn every year, isn't it? So here it is again. For an extra special something I added a close-up of the boy along with the scribble.

This is the text I provided with last year's post.

Every day we go to lunch we walk through the town hall park where some beautiful tall trees are growing. So we saw them change the colors throughout autumn.

Last week I spontaneously drew the tree on the left in photoshop after lunch. Later I tried out a couple of different backgrounds before I added the little kid with the kite. This time I used no outlines at all, which I do very seldom.
Have yourself some nice bright sunshiny autumn days.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Dr. Zwengelmann!

This is a character study I did for the movie URMEL AUS DEM EIS. Recently I've been scanning and polishing up the designs and stumbled across this one. I immediately felt compelled to add some sunshiny grey.

This jolly gentleman is called Dr. Zwengelmann. He's a zoo director and the civil servant type of guy. And he's a little bit coleric too.

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Busy ...

Black and white again. I'm quite busy at the moment. So just a little scribble I did the other day. A big nose with some funny hatching.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

The Reverend!

This is a sketch I did at work today. Back at home I added the black areas. Then I desperatly tried to colourize it, but it didn't get any better. So why should I give myself a hard time? And here it is in glorious black and white.

PS: I wonder if this could be a relative to Roderick von Dornmark, who has been portrayed so wonderfully by Mr. Thies Schwarz.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Tiny Troeter!

This is a teeny-weeny drawing I did during a boring meeting.

If you take a muted trumpet, mix it with a kazoo and flavour it with a little bit of bass clarinet, you'll get a pretty good impression of what the sound is like he produces.

And here is the sketch. I added the pen I used for drawing it for size comparison.