This time I've got some random doodles from work, usually done when I'm bored or stressed at work, which is probably why they end up with a lot more energy than most of my finished work.
A random bird-like creature done during a long lecture.
A basilisk-like dragon, one of those waiting for files to upload doodles.
Some rather random images, including a lithe horse-deer creature.
Another set of doodles done while waiting for files to upload. This included the bird-headed horse.
I seem to default to dragons a lot. I tried replicating this image at home in a more easy-to-read sketch, but it lost some of the vibrancy that's in this one. Little bit of a rage day.
Weird phrases are from an NPR segment on how physical penmanship vs typing on the computer helps your brain grow.
This guy developed out of a lot of nervous, stressed energy while working on the summer exhibit.
I had garlic on my mind.
Just thought it was interesting how this one developed from random scribbling near the face and I like the owl. I'm considering refining this one and doing a digital painting.
Also, if you haven't seen it yet, I've got a new post and a new mural painting up at my other blog.