The Pearl Holder

I’ve been pretty busy lately, so all I have from the past month is a a 15 minute or so sketchy doodle of some kind of dragon/serpent thing. I contemplated calling it a naga, but it has wings, so it’s probably just some nameless wierd thing.

Pearl Holder

Just regular pencil and micron pen

Rogue

The Winged Lady

More work from my new sketchbook; I’m kind of out of practice on doodling randomness. Not exactly sure if it’s surreal enough for what I had in mind, but I wanted to finish it. I disregarded making everything even after about two minutes, so it’s pretty obvious where I just marked up the thing quickly and without advanced planning.
Moth Lady wmStrathmore recycled sketch paper, mechanical pencil, ballpoint pen

Rogue.

The Old Reaper

The other day I went to the store and got some nice deals on Strathmore sketchbooks. I decided to try them out with a nice mechanical pencil sketch. I scanned it and darkened the pencil and fixed some stray marks in Photoshop.
The Old Reaper

A little skull head monster with a broken horn and a bit of fur was all I could come up with. Basically he has fused bone plates for a face and eats souls for fun.

— Rogue.

Crayon Dragon

Green and blue crayon dragon full piece:

Crayon Dragon WM

I have an old pencil box full of random crayons. I found that the crayolas had solid colors but cheap random brand ones could give a nice waxy blend on top. I wish I had thought to take a picture of the lineart because part of it is kind of obsured, but it’s not a huge loss. The whole thing to big to scan in it’s entirety and likes to roll up at the ends; it’s about the size of two sheets of 8” x 11” paper or approximately¬†11” x ¬†17”.

Rogue.