Walrus Detail

I don't usually do this, but here's a detail of my entry for this week's Toon Club. I've got a long way to got until it's finished, especially since I haven't even drawn the carpenter to go with this walrus, but I was pretty happy with how this design came out, so I thought I'd post it here.

Incidentally, my good ol' pal, Shane "S.T." Lewis has a great, rambling tutorial of the whole pseudo-paint process he uses to color his incredible artwork. It's basically the same method I use, just with Shane's great art instead of my, er... art. If you're a cartoonist who likes to paint digitally, it's worth a look!

Have a great one!
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S.T. Lewis said...

I just looked at this walrus, then I looked at the one on my desk that I drew yesterday... then I was sad. Your walrus is the coolest! I shall have to re-think mine... and trace yours.

Thanks for the link.

Coolest walrus ever.

mike said...

i feel like i'm looking at art pulled directly from an animated feature. this is some great work!

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Ken Chandler said...

Can't wait to see this one finished. Really marvelous Adrian.
Now can you take a minute to draw one for my post? Could'ya huh? Neveryoumind. I'll try to throw something together and post it soon.