Here's a drawing I did of all three of the Eds from the Cartoon Network cartoon Ed, Edd n Eddy! The hard thing about doing this kind of group shot is trying to make each Ed unique with their facial expressions and staying within their distinct personalities. Penciled with a 5H, then tightened up with an H lead, and then inked with the Pitt Brush Marker on cheap letterhead copy paper.
Friday, April 30, 2010
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Here's a drawing I did of my favorite Ed from Ed, Edd n Eddy! Ed's real happy in this sketch since he loves chickens! Penciled with a 5H, then tightened up with an H lead, and then inked with the Pitt Brush Marker on cheap letterhead copy paper.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Here's a drawing I did of my favorite Ed from Ed, Edd n Eddy! Ed's a bit confused in this drawing since he can't find his jawbreakers that he hid in his room. Penciled with a 5H, then tightened up with an H lead, and then inked with the Pitt Brush Marker on cheap letterhead copy paper.
Testing out my new Flip Slide HD camera and decided to draw Scooby since that is what I do professionally. Still playing with the lighting and such so it will be light on my initial sketching and it gets darker. Penciled with a 5H pencil for the initial breakdown then I tighten it up with an H pencil and then inked with a Pitt Brush Marker. I usually take longer to ink so I burned this out for the sake of a video. This is also in real time and not speeded up.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
This is the first one I shot with my new Flip Slide HD camera. Did a great job recording it! This like the other video I posted is in real time so young artists can see the process and how I go about drawing. Penciled with a 5H pencil for the initial breakdown then I tighten it up with an H pencil and then inked with a Pitt Brush Marker. I took the audio track off of it as well since besides my pencil noises that you would hear, I also had an Opie and Anthony show I was listening to at the time and that might be offensive to some so I removed it.
I've worked on licensing art for Shrek Forever After (from August '09 to Feb '10); worked on two calendars for a drug company featuring some new characters I created; did a few comic book stories for Scooby, created and drawn a 5-page story for a charity book starring a cute character I created on the side; did some licensing work for a Disney show called Phineas and Ferb; and also recently did a new art audition for American Greetings to see if I'll be approved to draw the new version of Strawberry Shortcake! She's changed styles since I last drew her...
Shrek 4 took up most of my life though in that time as there were changes galore between the script and the final version of the movie and a lot of tweaks that had to be made to the art. It was a long six months. In my free time, I did sketches for myself and will post them here as well!
I also recently bought a Flip Slide HD camera and have shot some video of me drawing some of the characters that I'm know for drawing. If you're a friend on FaceBook you might have seen these posted there recently. I'll be posting them here as well now too.
Also, in the big news, is that I FINALLY got my main website (scottneely.com) almost completely up and running with all new stuff! I'm also adding a online store as well and that should be up soon!