ratcreature: argh (argh)
So very often I want to find out the context of what led to an amusing image, and on Tumblr there is no way to ask, and often no proper source, just the image being posted, and then when you google image search the picture you only get a bunch of tumblrs as results.

Like just now, on my dashboard comes this post in which someone posted a vintage or pseudo-vintage safe sex poster, which people seem to find amusing for its gay subtext or something, that was of course created by manipulating the original J.C. Leyendecker advertising artwork (which of course wasn't for safe sex) which has a woman between the two soldiers, flirting with them, and by removing that woman they seem to flirt with each other. (Though some think the guys look more at each other in the original too, and it's often speculated that Leyendecker may have been homosexual etc. etc. but it remains that the original is not *that* obviously gay.)

However looking at the pic on Tumblr I have no idea whether someone actually created a (physical) poster at some point, or just manipped it to look like a poster or anything. On second thought, since the watermark URL leads to a photomanip contest site, a real poster seems unlikely. So I guess at some point this image was on that contest site, but I still have no idea who the creator was, because google image search gives no results from the contest site in the watermark.

And I'm actually not sure whether everybody who finds this amusing on Tumblr even realizes the underlying vintage artwork has been manipulated from its original state. It's incredibly frustrating, and you can't even comment there to ask or have a conversation.

ETA: But a search for "safe sex" on the contest site gave the manip in question, so after a bit over half an hour of websearching I now know that the credit for that manip goes to someone called Snowcrash and won the third place in a "vintage ad" contest on that site. Obviously this lack of proper sourcing on Tumblr does not help its timesink aspect at all.
ratcreature: RatCreature as a sloth (sloth)
Compared to 2010 there was a slight uptick in productiveness. This year I made six pieces of art, 36 drawbles/doodles, and seven icons, though depressingly there were three months entirely without art. In comparison 2010 it was four pieces of art, 28 doodles/drawbles, one icon, and also three months without art; 2009 five pieces of art, 20 doodles/drawbles, three icons and six months without art. Maybe at some point I'll have a year where I can do one of those memes where you need to put in one preview picture for every month.

January
I posted the 2010 Yuletart Merlin art, Fealty, to my journal (linked in this roundup because it wasn't yet in last year's)
Aragorn ratcreature icon
eight drawbles (DC, Merlin, SGA, SPN, original)

February
Nothing. :(

March
Nothing. :(
(Though I did make a baby quilt for my second niece that month.)

April
a Duncan ratcreature icon

May
another Duncan ratcreature icon

June
two Erik Lehnsherr/Magneto ratcreature icons
a sketch for snowynight's prompt Colleen Wing & Kendo

July
a Methos ratcreature icon
a Neal ratcreature icon
X-Men/Calvin & Hobbes fanfic illustration

August
XMFC art meme
three drawbles (ATLA, Iron Man, X-Men)
two more X-Men/Calvin & Hobbes fanfic illustrations
Gnome & Horklumps HP fanart

September
three X-Men/Sesame Street doodles: "Magneto and Super Grover explain the letter M", "Erik visits Oscar's trash can" and "Hank and Kermit sing a duet"

October
Highlander/X-Men fanfic illustration
an Elmo birthday card for my niece
eight drawbles: seven here and one (Edward Scissorhands, Harry Potter, Muppets, SGA, Star Trek, Terminator, original)
four Halloween drawbles (SGA, X-Men, original)

November
Nothing :(

December
six drawbles: two here and four (Merlin, SG-1, SGA, original)
a Cookie Monster Christmas card
my yet to be revealed Secret Mutant artwork
ratcreature: RatCreature as a sloth (sloth)
I thought 2009 was a low point in productiveness, but this year wasn't any better. Back in 2009 I made five pieces of art, 20 doodles/drawbles, and three icons, and in 2010 it was four pieces of art, 28 doodles/drawbles and one icon. Though I also created [community profile] fanart_recs, so that led to me reccing fanart at least.

January
Nothing. :(
though I posted the 2009 Yuletart SGA art, Offworld Team Camping to my journal (linked in this roundup because it wasn't yet in last year's)

February
creature doodle: a valentine's card of a sort

March
Nothing. :(

April
an Easter doodle: Infiltration

May
a Sherlock Holmes doodle that I did in response to a request in [community profile] artondemand
Trek Reverse Bang fanart

June
Nothing. :(

July
a Kirk/Spock mindmeld ratcreature icon

August
eleven drawbles: ten here, and a straggler here

September
eleven drawbles for the character roulette meme

October
a comment doodle I did for Te (DCU crack)

November
Graphorn (HP fanart)

December
Dresden Files doodle
Santa Claus with dragon
Dragon bookmark doodle
and the not yet revealed [livejournal.com profile] yuletart art.
ratcreature: RatCreature as memesheep. (memesheep)
I gacked this from [livejournal.com profile] glockgal, but the original empty template comes from Kamaniki at dA. The time span for chronicling art in this meme fit me well, because I started posting fanart in 2003, so I took it as a sign that I ought to be a memesheep.

a huge image behind the cut, it might be considered NSFW by some strict standards due to kissing and groping going on in some art samples )
ratcreature: RatCreature as a sloth (sloth)
There wasn't a lot this year, not even if I count all drawbles and icons and such, i.e. I can't even do the meme thing with the squares of one preview picture for every month.

January
a Numb3rs Don and Charlie ratcreature icon

February
Nothing. :(

March
Diricawl (Harry Potter fanart)

April
a fail! ratcreature icon

May
Five drawbles: 1-3, 4, 5
Robin (DC fanart)
Nightwing (DC fanart)

June
an Uhura ratcreature icon
a weird comment doodle for Kass' story Zygote (SGA/Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex* (but were afraid to ask) fusion fanart)
Star Trek Reboot art meme (Star Trek: Reboot fanart)

July
Nothing. :(

August
Nothing. :(

September
Nothing. :(

October
Nothing. :(

November
Nothing. :(
(I did work on my Yuletart assignment that month, though I only finished in December with an extension)

December
Twelve drawbles: 1-6, 7-10, 11-12
Santa!Cthulhu
and the not yet revealed [livejournal.com profile] yuletart art.

This is even less than 2008, and it's not like I was prolific then. I suck. :(
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
I'm in the mood to doodle and haven't offered drawbles in some time, so prompt me in a comment?

As usual, I'll do my best for any fandom I'm familiar with, or random stuff (monsters, steampunk machines, animals...) or I can just pick prompts from your interests. I don't draw porn though, and I'm not good at portrait likeness. Also keep in mind that these are quick doodles, so for a prompt that is a description of some epic scene you've always wanted to see realized in fanart the results aren't going to very satisfying for you (or much fun for me).

If you want to see the quality (or lack thereof) you can expect, look at the drawble tag. I don't make any promises for results or a timely delivery, but the past I've usually managed to draw something for everyone who prompted me for these non-demanding, open drawble offers. So this isn't limited to something like "the first X comments get a drawble" or anything like that, which is impractical with the crossposting in three places anyway. (However considering the broken state of the LJ comment notification right now, I'm more likely to notice your prompt quickly if you comment on DW or IJ. ETA: Except that IJ seems to be down completely just now. *argh*)
ratcreature: Procrastination is a Lifestyle. RatCreature in a hammock doing nothing. (procrastination)
Today I came across the website of this really cool artist, Alex CF, who creates fake specimen display cases with horror and fantasy animals and such, in the style you might find in old museums or cabinets of curiosities. The website describes it as "cryptozoological scientific art". Sometimes it is whole sets, with documents, skeletons, preserved specimens, tools and all sorts of stuff and they come with short stories of a sort explaining the fictional background. I especially liked Cthulhu Specimen Box, The Lycanthropy research of Edward Harrell, Severed “Draco Alatus” Head and Infant stillborn Draco Alatus, Expedition to the Plateau - Lost World Exploration Case and Experiments in extra dimensions; The Cheshire cat, but really you should browse the whole site. (Obviously due to the nature of the art the displays are slightly gory.) I only wish the photos of the works were in a higher resolution, because you can't make out all the awesome detail and read the text in the documents on the site.
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
My drawing activity this year so far has been largely non-existent. This is depressing me in a somewhat self-reinforcing, vicious cycle. And not even the added pressure of public commitment helped any. (Yeah, I have not forgotten that poll, I just suck.)

However, I have yet to fail a drawble meme. So as I'm obviously not achieving what I want to wrt actual fanart, I'm lowering the target from "produce a drawing" to "produce a doodle". (Kind of like shifting definitions around to get better looking statistics.) And I have decided to offer sketches based on comment prompts. I'll do my best for any fandom I'm familiar with, or random stuff (monsters, steampunk machines, animals...) or I can just pick prompts from your interests. I don't draw porn though, and I'm not good at portrait likeness.

Considering that I now crosspost to three places, it isn't really workable to promise things like "the first X prompts will get a drawble", so just comment with something, and I'll try my best. (In the past I've usually managed to draw something for everyone who prompted me for these non-demanding, open drawble offers, but with the way my creativity and motivation seems to have shriveled and died recently, who knows.)

If you want to see the quality (or lack thereof) you can expect, look at the drawble tag.

Also, I currently have five Dreamwidth invites in case anyone should still want one. (My flist was rather flooded with offers, so I'm not sure whether there's even still demand for them.) Anyway, if you want an invite you can comment, and I'll give those I have to the first five people in order of the comment notifications I get. I'll edit this post if/when I got five requests.

BTW, of course you can ask for both an invite and a sketch or one or the other, the two are not connected, I just didn't want to make separate posts.

P.S.: Why is the Dreamwidth spell check broken? Does anyone else get a "Spell checker not set up properly." response when they click the spell check button?
ratcreature: ROTFL (rotfl)
As stupid as some of the motifs chosen are (often still somewhat funny though), I find the underlying hoax that Czech artist played hilarious. I think that definitely makes it count as performance art that works, and makes a statement about the EU. Far better than if it had taken itself seriously and really been some kind of pompous assembly of 27 artists from different countries, rather than invented personae.
ratcreature: RatCreature as a sloth (sloth)
January
a dragon (original fantasy art)
February
Iskierka's hatching (Temeraire fanart)
illustration for Beth's In From the Cold (Snape/Shacklebolt, HP fanart)
a Sarah Connor ratcreature icon
March
illustration for Trinityofone's Dæmonology (SGA/His Dark Materials fanart)
April
Junkie!Roy (DCU fanart)
May
Sheppard & Steampunk!Puddlejumper (SGA fanart, done for the paintedspires fest)
Bowtruckle (HP fanart)
Teyla as Waterbender (SGA/Avatar: The Last Airbender fanart, done for the paintedspires fest)
June
Nothing. :(
July
Nothing. :(
August
Nothing. :(
September
a tentacle rape and a steampunk ratcreature icon
various drawbles based on prompts, some fannish, some not
October
a Linus ratcreature icon
November
John Sheppard Halloween '75 (SGA fanart, done for the paintedspires Halloween challenge)
Matthew sketch (DCU fanart)
Red Cap (HP fanart)
some doodles (an US election themed doodle, a werewolf, a dinosaur with a raygun, a baby cthulhu, a monster, a vengeful teddy bear)
a Minbari ratcreature icon and a nitpicking ratcreature icon
December
some sketches based on prompts (Travolta!furry, steampunk!Batmobile, dragons, Sheppard, 'cheese eats mouse')
Merlin and Arthur ratcreature icons
Christmas doodle (SGA/Merlin/Numb3rs fanart)
and finally the not yet revealed Yuletart art.

There was a sad lack of any art production for several months in summer, however overall I posted more fanart than in 2007, especially when just counting the fully fledged art. Also I started using acrylic paint to color, and found it much easier (and more error tolerant) than my sad attempts to use watercolors ages ago. And while messy and somewhat time intensive, I think my attempts with that look better than my digital coloring.

I tried doing this meme where you list your favorite work, your most surprising work and so on, but I couldn't come up with any answers for half the things, so I gave up.
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
Here's the drawbles I did yesterday evening:

coffee + evil overlords for iamza )
rat cuddles for astridv )
dragons + necromancer for flykat )
Pirate!Snape for penknife )
SPN + sleeping + travel for sealie )

BTW, the previous drawble post is still open for requests.
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
I've noticed that I haven't offered drawbles in a long time, so:

Comment to prompt me, and you'll get a quick drawing in return. If you don't like to prompt but have interests listed, I can base the drawble on those (actually that works quite well if you have a couple, better than detailed prompts, but I know many, myself included, don't list LJ interests anymore).

Don't expect to get great quality art, it'll just be a quick doodle (you can see the kind of drawings you'll get under my drawble tag on LJ), and keep in mind that I have real trouble with character likeness in live action fandoms, so if you prompt me to draw characters from those, you are quite likely to get something that follows the strategy of the elephant drawing from The Little Prince, not a gorgeous (or even a quick but recognizable) character portrait. *G*

If you choose a prompt rather than pointing me to your interests, just keep in mind that the prompt is supposed to be something that works for a doodle, not the thing you've always wanted to see realized in real fanart.

wow.

Jun. 6th, 2008 15:00
ratcreature: RatCreature as dragon (dragon)
I don't often link to random stuff I've come across, but this dragon sand sculpture is very impressive. Here's a photo from another angle where you can see the baby dragon the big one is cradling.
ratcreature: RatCreature smokes Crack (crack)
Not fanfic, but art: Charles Schulz's Watchmen by Evan Shaner. Go look, it's great.
ratcreature: RatCreature is thinking: hmm...? (hmm...?)
Though I don't draw professionally or even all that often, I still have a habit of collecting interesting visual things for reference or inspiration. Even with libraries and these days internet image searches it is not easy to find the exact kind of interesting picture you need when you need it, or sometimes you don't even know what exactly it would be you need to realize some vague idea. Or at least it is like that for me, so if I come across something that is visually stunning, unusual, interesting, seems like a good inspiration, or a possible reference for something I might draw some day I keep it.

Like, if I'm at a used book store, I habitually look if there's a bin of old cheap National Geographic or other travel magazines and leaf through them to see whether any have cool photographs, if I see an interesting picture on the internet I will safe it, and so on.

Obviously after a time this results in an organizational problem if you ever want to find anything again. So I'm wondering how others deal with this.

It's not so bad with the books, I just have a shelf with books I got for their pictures, like for example collections of photographs from the 1920s, 30s and so on, books of animals, places, people, cars, design... It's harder for the magazines because things like National Geographic aren't topic specific, so I never know whether I decided to keep some issue for pictures of some place or some animal, or even whether it was in the title article. Which makes finding things again a bit harder.

Digital stuff is the least problematic in some respects, because I have created a bunch of folders labeled by topic for photos (reference for buildings & cityscapes, landscapes, actions, clothing, animals, plants, objects, symbols, textures,... with some having subfolders) and some other folders for art by other people, and yet another set of folders for fandom character reference, so it's not hard to find which folders to browse. The main problem is that I don't always know where I got some image from, because it's so much easier to just save a picture than to save it and add something to its meta-info field. That isn't a big problem if I just use it as inspiration or reference some parts of it, but if say a landscape photo was to serve as main reference for a drawn background I might want to acknowledge that, yet often by the time I use something I have no idea where it came from anymore.

Photos I've taken myself before having a digital camera are more of a mess, because those are mostly in big boxes, and most are kind of boring holiday photos with some cool landscapes and animals scattered inbetween. But the worst are the boxes of, well I guess "junk" fits, i.e. stuff I've kept for because it seemed like a good idea at the time. Much of that is also paper, like exhibition catalogs, flyers that looked interesting, clippings from newspapers or magazines, posters, but there's also stuff like feathers with a nice pattern, stones, tins, even some bit of metal that rusted in an interesting way, and so on. I mean, I try to keep the non-paper junk down to one box or so, because I really don't need to go down the road of people who end up smothered by their packrat piles collapsing on them, but well, I'm not a very tidy person to begin with, so it's an uphill battle. I guess what I really need would be del.icio.us tagging for RL objects and/or a physical search engine, but I fear that level of virtual home and computer merging is still a way off into the future.

So, how do you deal with organizing your reference and inspirational collection so that is actually useful for you rather than a pile of messy clutter? Do you have some kind of system? Or just really good spatial memory?
ratcreature: RatCreature as Teyla (teyla)
spoilers for SGA 4x20 )

Totally unrelated to SGA I learned a new piece of trivia today: I've always been vaguely puzzled by the color name "ivory black" because it seemed contradictory (ivory not being black and all). Then today I happened to look at the label on the back of a tube of acrylic ivory black, one that went into all kinds of technical detail that I have no idea what it means (it has some kind of numbers for hue, value, chroma and codes for the pigments and symbols for opaqueness and lightfastness and so on) but also had a list of ingredients and apparently that black is made from charred animal bones. Hence the name "ivory black".

And I get that historically, though I'd have thought that by now the color would be synthetic. I mean, it's not they are still grinding up lapis lazuli for ultramarine (well, I guess there might be people who are into restoration and such and make their colors themselves from scratch with pigments or specialty producers who still do that, but usually it's synthetic these days). So it's kind of gross that they still use animal bones, but that what the tube says in its ingredient list under the "vehicle: acrylic polymer emulsion" there's "pigment: amorphous carbon produced by charring animal bones". So I'm using the same pigment as my prehistoric ancestors, I guess, only in a prepared polymer solution rather than charring some hunted mammoth's bone myself. Still in my mind "gross" kind of wins out over "artistic connection across millennia of history".
ratcreature: navel-gazing RatCreature (navel-gazing)
I'm not sure whether there's even any interest, because the painting itself got less comments than usual for my fanart posts, so I guess there will be ever fewer interested in the unfinished inbetween stages. But I already made the photographs after all, so I decided to go ahead with the art process post.

very image heavy )
ratcreature: RatCreature at the drawing board. (drawing)
Because some people find the production process interesting, I decided to do a sort of "making of" post. If you'd just like to see the finished fanart, go here.

very image heavy )
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
Subject: some random dragon
Media: pencil, fine liner pen with waterproof indian ink, acrylic paint, a bit of color pencil
Rating/warnings: G, none
Notes/comments: lengthy notes on my process, because this is the first time I used acrylics to color a drawing and felt rambly, feel free to skip if you just want to look at the picture. )

Preview: preview of a dragon drawing

the finished drawing and a detail of the head in a larger size are behind the cut )
ratcreature: RatCreature at the drawing board. (drawing)
Subject: some random dragon
Media: only pencil so far
Rating/warnings: G, none
Notes/comments: I deprived my rats of some of their usual hours of outside time and managed to finish the pencils of a dragon without anyone eating my kneaded eraser. I'm planning to ink and color it with traditional media, since my tablet suffers from rat damage-- as long time readers may recall from previous whining entries.

While I managed to tape the chewed through cable together, somehow this works less well for the strands of USB cables than for power cords, and it behaves oddly now and craps out on me frequently.

Anyway, I thought it best to preserve the pencils before I ruin it through inking without an undo function as safety net. I included close-ups of some of the details, seeing how I bothered to add the suggestion of scales and such details, you might as well see them properly.

Preview: preview of a dragon pencil drawing

pencils behind the cut )
ratcreature: navel-gazing RatCreature (navel-gazing)
I'm at home rather than at a party, mostly because I'm not much of a party person but it also has the advantage that I can soothe my rats through their first New Year's Eve explosions experience. So far they seem thoroughly unconcerned with all the loud noises and flashes outside, but then they usually are pretty good about distinguishing sounds outside that don't bother them and ones coming from the inside, that may pose a threat. Actually I'm wincing far more often than they at some of the sudden really loud fireworks.

So I thought I'd occupy myself with listing the stuff I drew this past year. Overall I have posted even less art in 2007 than in 2006, especially full fledged artwork. However I managed to draw a bunch of drawbles and such on request, and also did some drawing exercises, though the latter not as regularly as I intended to. I guess my New Year's resolution will be to restart posting exercise suggestions to slothsdraw, and to actually do them regularly myself this time around, rather than just one or two in a haphazard fashion.

Anyway, here's a chronological list of all things I've drawn this year:

list of all fanart, drawbles, icon creature doodles, and exercises I drew and posted this year )

So in conclusion, if I extend "drawing" to include all doodles, icon sketches and drawing exercises, no matter how quick or lame, I have drawn and posted something almost every month. If I only count "proper" artwork, my output was far less, but at least I tried a couple of new things, especially digitally, and I made an attempt to practice more regularly, even if my slackerdom caught up with me again quickly.
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
So here's a post of all the monsters I've done for people giving me prompts in the previous entry, plus five more random monsters I've drawn.

13 monsters )
ratcreature: Happy Birthday! (birthday)
[livejournal.com profile] marinarusalka asked for "items accidentally left in the back seat of the Metallicar" after I already posted the other drawbles.

My rat Ben celebrated his second birthday today, which is a respectable age for a rat. His health isn't the best anymore -- he's gotten thinner and also he has a mycoplasma lung infection that is antibiotics resistant by now (last time the vet tried to push it back only one antibiotic of several even worked, and still his breathing sounds didn't get that much better, while on the downside at the end of over three weeks of daily injections he had skin lesions from reactions to the antibiotic solution, and he lost weight, I guess because the long progression of antibiotics wasn't great for the friendly digestive tract bacteria). So he makes ugly breathing sounds sometimes, but he isn't gasping for air or anything for now, and he still likes to come outside to run around a bit and snuggle with me. He also still hisses at Krümel when they see each other through their cage sections, so for now he's doing okay despite the mycoplasma, and I hope he'll be with me for a while longer still. Anyway, he is very sweet with humans, recently decided that likes to sleep inside my t-shirt while I'm sitting somewhere with my laptop, and would probably like me more if I cooked him his favorite foods (a tie between scrambled eggs and cooked rice) every day, rather that to expect him to eat rat food.
ratcreature: RatCreature at the drawing board. (drawing)
I'm vaguely dissatisfied that I haven't drawn in ages, but whenever I think about doing the actual fanart stuff I have ideas for I go "eeep!", hide and turn into a lazy sloth (more so than usual even). So I thought I could maybe do some much less intimidating quick drawbles and practice drawing with my tablet besides.

The last times I offered drawbles it was based on interests, but seeing that many (myself included) have deleted theirs since, I thought I could offer to draw from prompts instead (though I'll stop short on actually promising delivery, though I'll try).

Don't expect to get great quality art -- I mean if I was in the frame of mind to have the concentration and attention span for proper drawings I hope I'd work on some actual fanart -- more like doodles. To give an example, say you had prompted me with "teddy bear + tentacle rape" you might get something like this:

possibly not worksafe, depending on your work place's policies on squids with teddy bears, but well, there's no naked *people* and no genitals, so make of it what you will, it's less explicit than Marvel's cover images anyway )
ratcreature: eyeroll (eyeroll)
So I haven't been updating the last couple of days, because as it is I could only barely refrain from oversharing at length various gross details of the cough I had. Actually the cough still lingers but now it's just a plain one, also it doesn't hurt as much.

Anyway, I was looking at the Marvel solicitations for May and it occurred to me that sometimes I find inaccuracies in drawings annoying, even if it is just little details, like my annoyance is disproportionate to the inaccuracy. For example this Ultimate X-Men cover: You can't see it as well in the online version as in the paper catalog, because there's a Marvel logo bar covering a part of it, but the rats are drawn really bizarrely. It's not just that the rats' legs don't look like rat legs in some weird way, but that the rat in the foreground is actually drawn with pointy canine teeth (!), and far too many of them too. Like most rodents (or possibly all of them, I'm not sure), rats don't have canines, they have the long front teeth and then a large gap, and the front teeth look like rodent teeth, i.e. while they are sharp they are not pointy. Think "Bugs Bunny." It's rats, not Jaws. I'd let the red, glowing eyes in black rats pass as dramatic license (though I don't think rats can have red eyes unless their coat is lightly colored either as a full albino white, a light cream color or mostly white patterns like Himalayan) if the rest of the rats didn't look so odd in the first place.

Does that happen to other people that they are completely distracted by a minor detail in a drawing that is just wrong?
ratcreature: Who needs talent? Enthusiasm is fun!  (talent/enthusiasm)
I've finished drawbles for all who have commented so far in my previous post, and am about to go to bed tonight, but the offer is still open, and if you comment I'll draw you one tomorrow.

I've done tonight:
space jellyfish + pirates for [livejournal.com profile] penknife
drop the pilot for [livejournal.com profile] liviapenn
squid + fence-chaining for [livejournal.com profile] isiscolo
robin + pilates for [livejournal.com profile] smittywing
power rangers + cats for [livejournal.com profile] dragovianknight
ratchicken + bohemian style for [livejournal.com profile] littlegreenworm
tintin + wallace and gromit for [livejournal.com profile] retsuko
gay unicorn for [livejournal.com profile] brown_betty
giant nazi robots for [livejournal.com profile] caia_comica
hamtaro + ac/dc for [livejournal.com profile] leaper182
ratcreature: RatCreature as memesheep. (memesheep)
This meme was a lot of fun the last time I offered drawbles, so I thought I'd do it again:

The drawble-interests meme
  1. Comment and I'll pick one or two of your lj interests and draw you a picture.
  2. You have no say as to what I draw for you or as to how much it will suck.
  3. Copy this and the pic that is drawn for you into your journal. (Optional)


Examples for the kind of quick, sloppy pencil doodles you can expect are in this LJ picture gallery where I posted all my previous drawbles. Also, obviously for this to work you need to have interests listed in your profile. (I know, it seems self-evident, but last time a few people asked for one, yet didn't list any LJ interests, so...)

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