The past few weeks have had me working on a character model in Maya, mostly in vain. It's still not presentable (and I still don't know how to present it) but I've done some character sketches in the meantime to get a better feel for the character. She's sort of a June Cleaver meets Flash Gordon character.
Prints of the following piece are available here: [x]
Do you recognize her at all? I've used her for a few other pieces: [X] and [X].
I've been working on publishing the first volume of BGC and finishing up some other projects I can't post. Unfortunately I really don't have too much to post here (although I'm trying to keep it going here). At least I can post this little animation I made with Gimp and Paint Tool Sai.
I've been pretty overwhelmed lately. BustyGirlComics.com is up and running but some people are having trouble getting to it still, which is frustrating. I've caved and decided to add advertising to it, too, which was something I was hoping I wouldn't have to do. Then there's class. And freelance work. I don't really want to get into it.
Here are some practice drawings I've done within the past few weeks to keep from going crazy.
I've been a little overwhelmed with work lately, hence the no new posts for awhile. I have a few commissions happening, another EZ comic almost done, some personal work, and (of course) a new Busty Girl Comic everyday. It's been nice having work to do and I won't lie, actually having money coming in (eventually) will be a nice change. Anyway, enough personal stuff. I made some time to sketch the other nice and played with different styles a bit. Here's a quick piece I decided to keep.
I also finished the BGC t-shirt design last night. I wanted to make a shirt that was more than a logo and slogan. I went with a design that is a comic where the joke only really makes sense when worn by a busty lady.