Digital Warmup sketch, suggested by a friend. Flying squirrels.
There was a 5.6 magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma a few days ago. I was at my studio in Lubbock Texas, on the 13th floor of my building, and I felt the building start to shake for about 40 seconds. It made me a little seasick and the vertical blinds swung back and forth wildly. At first I thought it was the wind, till I realized there WAS NO WIND!
Moments later, life was back to normal…
I hadn’t drawn Rosina in a while by the time it was her turn to come back into the story. In fact, I had never really felt comfortable sketching her when she was first introduced. So this is one of many sheets of me working through her poses.
I am a huge believer in letting a characters personality show through in their actions. The way they walk, stand, sit… act! All of those things should work together to establish a characters personality – and their interaction with others – before they even open their mouths to speak.
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