One last analysis of my work from Tokutember 2018
My second to last video on Tokutember for 2018. One of my favorites is the Ocean Girl drawing I made based off a character my eldest designed.
Tokutember may have ended a couple weeks ago, but I'm keeping it going by talking a bit about 6 more drawings I made last month.
Get ready for some candor and a bit of a ramble as I work up to saying I blew it with Sonnet 3 Decyphered. I need to find that balance and do better.
This is a speed drawing with some commentary and explanation on the thought process that went into making my "Evolution" submission for day 25 of Tokutember.
I finished watching Yu Yu Hakusho, a show I had started watching over 15 years ago. A week or two later I put together the above video talking about the show in a compact, but thorough fashion. I find the show truly inspiring.
In this session of Stray Thoughts, I ponder how to structure the multi-layered world Micah and his companions find themselves in, in The Axis.
Solo: A Star Wars Story was a "box office bomb," but that doesn't mean it has nothing to offer. I talk about the best and worst of Solo as well as what I will take away from it in my future storytelling.
In an effort to push up the release of Superheroes Get Hungry, Too and just have fun drawing again, I am going to work through each featured character and give them a signature pose.
In this session of Stray Thoughts, I introduce a novel I have been working on for year, code names: The Axis. It shares some concepts with Wizard of Oz and Pixar's Inside Out, but blazes its own unique path.
Marvel's Thor (from the movies) has been one of my favorite characters in recent history. I recently watched the first Thor and just saw Ragnarok. The difference between them is striking.