Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Following the herd

I saw a thing on Drawn.ca here, which had people drawing themselves as teenagers. So I thought I'd join in. Thing is, I can't remember much of what it was like being a teenager.


Brine Blank said...

Okay...this is so angstily funny...I dare say your bitter animator lecture is very close to the bitter art teacher lecture...

Mr. Trombley said...

Dear Sir, it looks like it all went downhill after you lost your right ear. It was probably your dominant ear.

Luckily, I already knew what I would look like, because (Except for hair color) I am a carbon copy of my father.

This reminds me of the famous Doo-Wop pastiche of Pete Wingfield:

And while I'm plugging music can I recommend an oldie:

Listen to the harmony vocals, because there's about three different regional accents in there.

Toole said...

Its interesting how your self characterization has changed since you started doing it in this blog.

Bitter Animator said...

Funny you should mention that - I noticed that myself only yesterday. Although, as well as natural evolution, there are a few different reasons for the variety of looks: getting used to using a wacom (the doodles on this blog were the first things I ever really used a wacom for without drawing in pencil first), using different wacoms and computers (I can never get the same settings) but, most of all, the amount of time I have to spend on them.

But, yeah, there has been a change. Could be something to do with losing that right ear.