This was…surprisingly hard to draw, even without having to worry about details as much. Looks like you can’t take shortcuts on the road to art, especially since I still can’t draw any kind of special effects.
Look at that blue blog that’s supposed to be a shock-wave thingy. It hurts. But improve and keep practicing! I do like the MS Paint-eqsue feel of this kind of drawing, though.
New art styles are hard to figure out. This is just a quick sketch of me trying out a new way to draw. It’s got promise, but I always find time is hard to balance against drawing a new picture every day. Hm. Well, that thing on Pirate’s chest is a bandolier, by the way.
If there’s something evil in your neighborhood…call Knight.
My drawing tablet is breaking. I’d like to share this fact because my pen keeps lagging when I draw. It took twice as long to draw this picture and it’s driving me crazy. Oh, and Knight is way more reliable than Pirate.
I know~ I should be drawing new Pirate stuff, but it’s my birthday day so I’m a bit lazy. How about a tutorial? Here’s a 6-part instructional guide to how I draw stuff! Totally not professional, but it’s what works for me!
It’s time to reveal the secrets behind the art of Pirate! Drawing Pirate is a complex, multi-part process, but I think you can handle it. I use a highly-advanced drawing technique, so I hope you can keep up with my tutorial.
And now, a look back at Pirate when she was first drawn! She looks like a completely different person. Well, don’t blame Pirate for the change in appearance, blame the hand the draws her. At least she looks better now…right?