wip wip wip
above ground [pictured] is done
below ground nightmare partyzone coming soon

wip wip wip

above ground [pictured] is done

below ground nightmare partyzone coming soon

A message from ghosttowngoldie


More g r u m p y r u p e r t please D:

image

oh there’s more on the way.

spoilers: Rupert and the gang pull a caper

This is going to be grand
I SURE HOPE SO, JACOLE

this is why my “daily” (hahahahueha) doodle blog had a slight namechange.

snacknite is now my personal blog

snacknightly is my doodle blog

just an exploratory character sketch for hw I liked.

just an exploratory character sketch for hw I liked.

it’s not done to the level I imagined (nor what I’m capable of) but maybe I should just Let It Be and stop hiding behind labeling everything a work in progress.

it’s not done to the level I imagined (nor what I’m capable of) but maybe I should just Let It Be and stop hiding behind labeling everything a work in progress.

Some logos for the school.

(That’s not a modified font, I drew those.)

OH WHOA WHOA HUGE GAP BETWEEN L AND I IN THE TOP ONE (fix pending)

glassairships:

laughs maniacally and uses the remainder of this handmade sketchbook for gamagoori drawings

if that’s what you’re thinking about, then you should do it.

SORRY GONNA GO ON A TANGENT.your post reminded me of something I was just recently thinking about:

  I used to be really uptight and compartmentalize myself into many sketchbooks, a private sketchbook, a casual sketchbook, a homework sketchbook. sure it’s a tendency most have, it’s easy that way, only showing polished works/good sketches for school and keeping our nasty messy insides cloistered away from judgement (private sketchbooks). this tendency in me was exaggerated to the point of bordering pathological because of a really rough childhood (my parents had a strong persistent negative reaction to my art).

i’ve done a complete 180.

i still keep several sketchbooks, but they’re all stream of consciousness. i draw in one over the other now just as the mood strikes me/whichever is at hand. I don’t openly share my sketchooks with like everyone though, but like, you’ve seen my whole sketchbooks without comment. I don’t even sit over you and try to explain/contextualize/sanitize anything, you’ve really seen my stream of thought.

YOU KNOW WHAT IM THINKING

(ITS NOT ARBYS)

Noam Chomsky

Our brains recognize a good bone to chew, but in rumination we chew our own

After a tragedy one’s mind tends to dwell on the subject, return to it, and turn over events looking for alternate endings, closure, explanations.

sketches.

I am constantly devouring images critically (just because living in the artschool>urban>american> world(internet) environment)

I am constantly searching out new images to devour

with each image, and I must have actually Looked At millions, I don’t move away from the great masters which inspired me as a teen/ supplanting earlier inspiration for the new. it’s cumulative. appreciation for new great works always deepens the admiration i’ve had for great works i’ve seen many times and continue to return to.