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Friday, July 27, 2012

From the Corners of the Brain

It's important for illustrators to do imaginative drawing from time to time. That said, what we produce might be regarded in a way similar to a dream: We are not really responsible for the content.

This sketchbook image started with the mindless line drawing of the female character, who seemed pleasant enough. When I realized that nothing was happening in the picture, the character on the right emerged as if from the darkest corners of my brain. Mind, he didn't emerge with enough clarity for me to actually draw his clawlike hand in a convincing manner, but in general you get the idea he is up to no good.

That's it. That's all I've got for this. So if it suggests a story to you, please share.

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