Tuesday, July 25, 2006

The Swamp Thing

Sometimes after you draw something, you look at it and go, "What?" Then you color it and put it on your blog.

This reminds me - I need to learn to play the banjo... or at least figure out how to draw one.

15 comments:

GhettoFab said...

hahahah banjo looks fine to me. This guy rocks my world! freakin awesome shane

heri said...

loving those lines. and the color as well.

-heri

Joe said...

I love how so much can be said about the character from just one drawing. You is awesome.

David Malan said...

Nice, You have a new painitng up almost everyday, what a workaholic. This swamp thing is sweet, but I think he needs to be more green and be covored in moss and things, and have no shirt or nose, just a suggestion.

Tyler (characters N' sketches) said...

holly cow!! or i mean holy swamp thing!!! ive got to learn how to draw animals like you(well in general, and like you)

great character!!!

jert said...

very nice, i enjoy your work very much

Kevin Keele said...

This is superb! I love the colors and the shape of the character. Awesome, awesome drawing.

Every time I draw an instrument I think "I should learn what this thing REALLY looks like." So I can relate. But since I never learn, I think it looks fine. Watch out for any Banjo enthusiasts though.

Sam Nielson said...

I find this fellow pleasingly podunk (sp?). Nice.

Audrey Gayle said...

Inspiring- I want to bob my head with him!

jmanu said...

Hey, I love the character attitude!!
The detail of flyes and the palette colors that you uses in general...great

Alina Chau said...

Love the character !! Coool gesture!

Ken Chandler said...

Majestic in it's simplicity! You are an amazing character designer Shane! You get to the heart of a character without breaking a sweat. You have amazing powers. Learn me everything you knowed.

Ryan said...

Haha this guy's awesome!

S.T. Lewis said...

Thank you all for your comments. I rarely remember to reply to comments left on my blog, but I always love reading them. Thanks for saying stuff. I'll have more stuff to post soon, I hope.

Joe Fowler said...

You finish the job, stay, 'til the job is done... and look back at the mess you've made. YOU! You made it all for them, and they buy you things for it.

Crunch.