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Bottomless Shrimp

Posted by Mark in Mark's Sketchbook

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Teach told me I’d misjusged the model’s height; I didn’t want to redraw it from scratch, so I improvised with a second piece of paper.

Hey, where’s my face?

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Trust me, you ain’t missing anything. My homework this week is a disaster! Not sure how much longer I should stay up to try to fix it, but trying some different media didn’t bode well for facial detail.

Of Corset I Procrastinated

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Toying with some conceptual artwork for a February animation project; naturally February is already half-over.

Leggo My Uggo

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What did my crush look like? Unfortunately my long-term memory has always sucked, so to jog it I arranged, at great personal expense, time travel for the young lady.

Augh! I think something went wrong with the time machine! Kill it with fire!

Crush ‘n’ My Spirit

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You’d think 8-year-old Marky was looking at a traffic accident or something, but no, it’s just another grade school crush on an oblivious girl. Luckily I’m way less shy now, hence the Valentine’s Day spent alone drawing myself!

Ursine Welles

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Hey all, don’t forget to vote for Kerkel at this stupidly tedious cartoon contest! Cartoon #2 is up, just in time for everybody to forget Cartoon #1.

Plane Haggard

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I.e., how I feel after a weekend of trying to keep up with a 3 year old!

39 x 3 + 1 =

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It’s not just my mom who celebrates a February birthday; there’s also this guy! He’s brought me great joy over the years, and yet I couldn’t caricature him for the life of me.

Home For Dinner & Stuffed

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The niece’s toys line up for a class sketch.