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Well today I finished up the inking on that picture of the fire elemental I’ve been working on. I set it down for a while when I was working on some other stuff (that shall be inserted into the previous dates at an earlier date). Unfortunately with it being 2 am and all I didn’t have time to scan it in so you all get another crappy, poorly lit cell phone picture until tomorrow.

This was the day that I actually got the vinyl cut out for the square bin I designed and got it stuck on the the prototype piece for approval.

And thus begins a frantic series of retroactively posted updates. The past week has been a bit hectic with my getting sick and then a freak storm taking down my power for about 4 days in a row. It hasn’t been fun, let’s leave it at that. I’ll be attempting to recall exactly what is was I did on each of these days and posting the appropriate updates.

On this particular day I worked on that recycle bin project a bit more and got the details finalized on what I was doing for the square bins. I’ll see if i can dig out a file to post here in the next few days. just for the record.

Started the inking of the great fire elemental. I don’t see how people ink quickly cause this one is looking like it’s gonna take me a while.

Alright if joe and manda happen to be reading this you may wish to avert your eyes… because today’s project was drawing the very thing that your characters struggle with at this very moment in time (locked there waiting to see who will emerge victorious), a great and terrible monster from the depths of the elemental plain of fire… it’s Ragnarok the fire elemental and his minions! Let’s give him a big round of applause folks, he’s had a long trip getting here. Tune in next week to see how our heroes fare against this molten fiend. Will they emerge victorious or will they be consumed by the fires of the old gods?

Ok so for today I actually created something, go figure. On fridays when I happen to have the circumstances I like to watch Lar deSouza (the artist for the webcomics Least I Could Do and Looking for Group) draw live from his webcam. He usually has a headset on and chats with all of us while he sketches and works on the week’s art and it usually leaves me wanting to practice my own drawing. So at around 11:30, after going the entire day not being able to think of anything to do, I decided to break out the sketchbook and do some work of my own. It was mostly just hands and some shape doodles that I did (not really worth posting any pictures) but it did inspire me to start work on tomorrow’s project… what will it be eh?

Gah more retroactive posting. On this particular day I worked more on those recycle bin vinyl designs, unfortunately I was coming down with some sort of particularly nasty bug and in my rush to get home and die in my bed I totally forgot to get a picture of them to post here. Perhaps on monday I’ll get a shot and do some more retro-posting and slap it up here as proof.

Ok so posting retroactively again, go me. Came down with something pretty hard last night and seem to be descending into the pit of sickness once more… Wohoo! Unfortunately the creative thing I did on the 19th wasn’t anything visibly tangible. I sat down and worked out the detail of a possible D&D campaign I might be trying to run here soon. The story will revolve around rifts opening into the planar chaos and the cult that is attempting to release the dark armies of the elemental plane into the world. It’s starts small with the adventurers simply working as enforcers for the local lord, helping with some bandit problems (of course about 96.5937% of all D&D games in the past 20 years have probably started with bandit problems). These adventurers meet a man from the archeologists guild of Agni. He’s been sent to scout some local ruins for arcane artifacts and is in need of help for it seems that there’s a bit of a goblin infestation in the ruins he’s been sent to map…

More of the Deris sketch WIP. I just spent some time cleaning up the lines and adding some little details to make him seem a bit deeper. I think I’m going to try and toss some more pouches or something on him before I actually start inking. Sorry again for the poor quality. The next one should be scanned in so ergo, better quality.

Because someone very close to me requested it… A polar bear in a blizzard with his eyes closed. Enjoy.