Joker counted himself as only a mediocre baker, at best — cooking was far more his speed — but he also knew a thing or two about Shepard’s standards where food was concerned. Low was the operative word, there. He was pretty sure his attempts at a birthday cake would more than rise to the occasion.
(It’s still the 11th where I live!)
#That’s not a badly drawn fork #it’s a SPORK #he wouldn’t tell her what he’d cooked and she wanted to be ready for anything
[reblogged for morning people and self-evaluation]
It’s always interesting to look at something you’ve done after a good night’s sleep, and this time I’m pretty pleased! It was a quick drawing for me, which is the same as a slow one for other people (an hour and a half, I think), but considering I didn’t have references, the 40 minutes screwing around with getting the pose right doesn’t bother me.
(Well, I kind of had references, if you count “accosted boyfriend at rehearsal, told him to sit down, slapped hands over his eyes, tried to remember where shoulders were for two hours until I got back to my PC” as a reference).
With the exception of the hand over her eyes, the gesture of this one is workin’ pretty well, I think!
I’m still in awe of anyone who can do smooth, non-vector linework on the computer. I find painting far easier, so I’m trying to find a drawing/sketch/quick style (like the above) that works with the messiness.