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CRUSH!


Day 59 of illustrating every day!  Yeah!  Here is the illustration for today, dude crushing a bad imp...or some other small creature.  Didn't really think of the details when I drew it up.  Done really quickly, less than 10 minues. 

Sometimes I think, for certain situations, not all you understand, that the best way to rememdy a problem is to crush them.  Works well for pests of all forms I think.  Especially bed bugs and roaches.....hate them.  Vile creatures. 

Busy day today, handed in another corporate gig so that's the last of the immediate deadlines for a little while.  I need the breathing room, I must admit.  Now I need to crush a specific animated shot am working on for the pilot job.  It's a shot that's simply refusing to die...that said, when it's finish, it's going to look awesome!

Copic fineliners and scanned into Photoshop.

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  1. That kind of move he's making is something I'm planning to do to the state of my art room today - it is now so overflowing with books and papers and drawing and painting materials everywhere I don't think I can create another thing until I clear it all up and get everything organised so thanks for the inspiration :)

    Veronika (http://www.constantworkinprogress.com)

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  2. I admire your ability to take out your aggressions and express certain moods with your artwork...it must be so very cathartic!
    I was happy to see your little 'face' in the follow box...thank you!!
    Best with your week...hope you have a little relax time in there somewhere!
    xo J~

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