Alien Court Jester
Image 80 took less than 30 minutes
Image 81 too about 10 minutes max.
Image 82 was about a 30 minute doodle
Image 83 took about 30 minuted to draw.
Image 84 took about 30 minutes. It is a continuous non-crossing line drawn around a bunch of circles.
Image 85 took about 10 minutes.
Quickies are new to me because I'm used to spending many hours, days, and even weeks on one drawing. I prefer to draw on larger paper, at least 14" x 17," but that size doesn't fit on my scanner. So, learning to draw fast AND small is quite a challenge.
Anyway, I drew Zack's ears first and they have a solid feel. Last was his skin, and I couldn't figure out how to make it go with the ears yet still show his fact. His ears overpower the rest of him.
ZACK IS BACK! I tried darkening his face to see if that would help. It does!
Image 95 is yet another very silly drawing that turned out entirely different than intended. But the, that's what doodles do.
Image 98 was another "Just for Fun" drawing. Although he doesn't have human type hands, you'd be surprised at how deftly he can use his arms to accomplish most tasks.
Do you recognize what his logo is?
Image 100 is a simple doodle, however, it took a couple of hours to draw due to the detail.
Image 106 is a definite quickie that took no more than 30 minutes. I'm fascinated by silhouettes and the fact that people design such intricate ones with just a pair of scissors.
Personally, I'll take a pen.
Had a real surprise with this one. I originally tried to make it a girl with an upturned nose. Except for the nose, it looks like a profile of my son!
Image 112 is an experiment with oil pastel sticks I've had sitting in my art drawer for two years. I find the oil has an advantage over the regular pastels because it isn't dusty. Even so, this will probably be the only doodle I do with pastel because I find less and less control as the stick wears. It was just a guess where the color would end up. The doodle only took about 10 minutes.
Image 125 was a simple pencil sketch, then outlined with pen and gone over with a brush tip. A daring venture for me because brush tips aren't as easily controlled. Time involved was about 30 minutes.
Image 146 is a quick doodle done in about an hour. Most of the time was spent coloring the checks in the middle of the vase.