Monday, April 23, 2007

TOABN 25, a few random doodles

Well, long time no see, people. I haven't posted in a while because of school vacation last week. In addition, I feel that this blog is for posting the doodles; I don't want to make myself doodle for the sake of the blog. Today I've got TOABN 25, and several other pages of random doodles.

TOABN 25 reveals something that I didn't even realize was the case until I wrote this strip...the link between Nate's mask tails and his mood. It just evolved on its own as I drew the thing.

The first of these random doodle pages is the first one I've posted that's in pen, I believe. This page started with the word "YO!" at the top, and then just got out of control. One thing I really liked was the spider web near the middle of the left side.
EDIT: BTW, I know that that face with the guy and the baseball cap looks really, really stupid.This is from doodling randomly while studying (it helps me concentrate), and I couldn't help but draw a tank and make a "luftwaffle" joke. I'm sure it's been done before, but I was bored and I had a pencil, so I drew it.

This Cold War thing is from the top of some notes on the Cold War, as a title. I'm not sure if it really counts as a doodle, but I liked it, because it got across the effect of the letters being made of snow (as I intended).
This one is actually pretty small in real life, just about three inches tall.
The first cartoon on this page was, as I wrote on it, inspired by a real quote from my biology teacher, Mr. Snow. The Spanchese one was inspired by a friend saying to me in Spanish class that, due to his recent trip to China, he keeps mixing up Spanish and Chinese (he takes both languages).

This one is my favorite of the bunch, because of the cartoon on the lower half. The picture on the top was the start of drawing some sort of futuristic helmet.


Dan Goldmanberg said...

In the plant picture at the top left you can see Evan.

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