Sometimes you don’t know how to draw two different things until you draw them back to back.
Including Exotic Shorthairs!
Playin’ around with Frankenstein’s monster.
I thumbed some backgrounds for the story “A griffin at the edge of a cliff prepares to fly for the first time.”
Phil McAndrews has a huge list of things to draw here
(And also a random generator! http://1000thingstodraw.com/ ).
This one is inspired by #93: “fictional candy bars”.
A kitten in the background of the Moxieverse, I’m sure.
Started with: random shapes
Wound up with: all this oddness.
BetsyIllustration has a SUUUUUPER set of tutorials on drawing backgrounds (and a free downloadable eBook!) that are inspiring me to practice backgrounds more often.
She says it’s important to have an idea of what you want to draw going in (I think she calls it a tagline? Which means something different in writing, so I’m not going to use that term)–these BLASPHEMOUS (game)-inspired compositions are for the description “A monster smiles upon its cult of worshipers in a CAAAAAAVE!!” #allhailkingjulien