Marvel Heroines with a splash of Roshi K

Sunday, September 18, 2011


So, with Halloween right around the corner I have costumes heavy on my mind. While other females dress up as slutty as they possibly can, I use the holiday as an excuse to get ridiculous. Lady Superheroes kept going through my mind over and over again. A few years ago I was the poor man's Storm. This year, I don't know... it isn't like there are infinite black super heroines to choose from. Anywho, I got a sudden urge to draw them out! I changed a few costume designs here and there because some of those getups are atrocious. Why do the guys always get new suits? Batman, Spiderman, Wolverine? Come on, let's be a bit more fashion forward you sexy beasts. {I will take matters and wardrobes into my own hands} If any costume is the same, it's because it is already as sexy as it could possibly be. :)

Sesame Street Alphabet for Adults

So, um, I made an animation. It was inspired by my instructor, Lucas Dimick,  who basically told me to do whatever the {fuck} I wanted to do. Being a logophile, this animation is a showcase of some words that tickle me pink. If you liked this particular style be on the look out for my "One Week Surprise!" {coming soon}.

It's the Final Countdown!

Friday, September 16, 2011

Thar she blows! This is my colored desin that I had to complete for Background and Design Layout. It's a bookstore called Circles for Squares {because people that still read regular books are becoming extinct. we are the "squares", very unhip with out a nook or some crap} That brick wall was put in because of my love for Richmond, Va's beautiful colonial architecture. I love exposed brick walls. It makes you feel...sturdy? Like the Berlin wall? Whatever, this store was my favorite design from the semesters. It looks like a happy place and once this quarter is over that is where I shall be. In my happy place. For one.short.week. :[


Tada, here it is! My final color for my Dreamscape. This is a part of my final for Background and Design Layout. It is a mystical land that I wish I could know. :) I drew with...

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

I drew some nonsense while buffering. We'll call it "bufferart." The reason it is so awesome? {hah} I drew it using my middle finger on my lappy top's sensor pad thingy. Good finger exercise. You can never get enough of that. Mwaha.

Inked Lines for my BackGround Finale!

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

I'm moving here. It's somewhere in East Texas. You know, in the non racist part...

Rage against the Machine.

It hurts my eyes. It hurts my back, well it doesn't the chair does, but I shall blame it on the machine. It eats my stuff. It ruins my stuff. It violates me by shoving 3D animation down my throat. It decides "You know what, user? I'm tired, I'll come back after I get over this virus. {Maybe.}Cough::Shut down." Damn computers. It's a face off every time, I feel kind of like this: 
Ctrl+Alt+ Delete you, muthalicka!!!

Symbiote me

Sunday, September 11, 2011

My Symbiote me. I don't know what the protocol would be for handling one of those guys. But I'm pretty sure it would ravish me. And I would turn into a drawing maniac that would be up, all hours of the night, scratching away at paper. Endless piles of paper under the light of the moon. {and with flashlight eyes. like in Ghostbusters 2.}

I'll take you to the Candy Shop {@ 612 Wharf Ave}

Monday, September 5, 2011

Here are the Lines for a Background & Layout assignment. We had to do a candy shop. But I immediately thought of two songs. Fiddy's "Candy shop" and Mc Pee Pants' "I Want Candy". These songs did not inspire the final layout but my perverted mind did. Every one has assumed that there is a stripper some where in the world named Candy, Candi, Candee, Kandi, Kandy, etc. So what happens once her breasts touch the floor before she does? She retires and she opens the Candy Shop. A brothel that embodies whatever the heck brothels embodied for the better half of the 20th century. Not the grungy, VD infested back alley brothels, we are talking your high quality, royalty only establishments. One that also puts on classy burlesque shows with live piano music. There is actually candy for the guests to enjoy while feasting on eye candy. I would definitely go. Anywho, the whole time I was drawing this and sketching everything out, I had a strange creative movie playing in my head. Visually, I was going through every period movie I have seen in the past few weeks trying to pick out details and furniture that I liked. On the other side of my brain attic, the audio track is playing MC Pee Pants on repeat. Here I'll share the torture with you:

It looks better with the song right? I don't know if that sign in the lower right corner should stay. I will have to find another human's input.

Badassnessity {real word}

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Color comes later. Patience comes now.
 This weeks Animation Club's challenge was right up my alley. This here is another variation of the Dreamcatcher {aka me in a loving relationship with a Marvel Symbiote}. This is her in badass mode. Mwaha. When I stop to reflect where I get this stuff from, I realize it comes from what I wish I could wear. When I was a little girl, sitting on the floor in a sea of Barbie shoes, dresses and other hoohas, I swore I would wear whatever the hell I wanted to. This was probably a product of my father dressing me like a man child. If I could walk down the street wearing this, I would. I do get pretty close sometimes with my big fluffy lady tutus. Just wait until I'm 95, rainboots, leggings, leather skirts, and Nazi jackets will be my daily attire. 

High on Daydreams

Saturday, September 3, 2011

I have been drifting around in my brain for about two weeks now trying to figure out what to do for my background and design layout final. The other night I was watching Star Trek  {a modern masterpiece, LENS FLARE!} and it got my mind in motion. I thought, what if I was stranded on a planet and I could build it up however I wanted? The gears began to turn and crank and grind, all the things that gears do, and this was the finished product. I don't have a name for it yet but it does have a species of people that live there. A close tribe of succubi and incubi reside here. Lazing through the day, but as the ebony sheet is pulled over the blue sky, they go out to do what they do best. And mind you, they do it on Earth, you may have seen them once or twice?
Dreamscape is what I shall name it for now. The little moon symbols are my homage to the dahling Sailor Moon.

The Dreamcatcher. This is for the Animation Club's Weekly Challenge. The challenge was to draw yourself after you had been devoured  by a symbiote{or however you become one with it}. 
These are the roughs, I actually took a break from coloring the Dreamcatcher to make this post. Hey man, coloring is intense. Remember when you were a little kid coloring in your coloring books? I used to put so much time in to choosing the right colors. The last page of my books were always full of color scribbles. I was checking the colors and seeing how they looked next to each other. My dad probably thought I was crazy. :/ Eh, maybe???

These colors don't run...because india ink is permanent like you wouldn't believe...

Hey! Look what I found just laying around on my hard drive. India ink sketches. For those of you that don't know, india ink is part of my arsenal of secret weapons. Give me a paintbrush and some ink...boom...paper doesn't stand a chance. Mwahaha.
I've been told by fellow students that this looks like the Head of the Animation dept. I wasn't intending it to, but thar she blows, it sure looks like a Bill Byrne that I know.

Inspired by Hiroshige, one of my favorite ukiyo-e artists.

Out of this series, this one is my favorite. 

This one looks like the young woman is walking on water. {creepy}

Koi! Koi!

A young maiko. 

Dispute over grits and a shot of a comforting tea set.

Rice, butterfly bows and change purses.

Shamisen, just strumming away.

Men like to climb in vaginas, unless they aren't in to that kind of thing.

{You blew it.}