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didn’t expect to dig the rescue bots

chase from rescue bots

didn’t expect to dig rescue bots – the toys looked like they barely transformed, so i didn’t expect much out of the show

i expected a boring version of transformers

i was wrong

we’ve been watching the first season

colors and character design are great

most of all, it’s nice to have a superhero show where the problems can’t be solved with punching

the rescue bots just help people – while trying to figure out how to work together as a team

good stuff for toddlers and preschoolers

more posts where i draw while watching tv

ooh and here’s a few more

doodled bones and kirk while watching star trek 3

bones and kirk doodle

doodled bones and kirk while watching star trek 3 the search for spock

hadn’t seen it in years (you can read my inauthentic haiku review on letterboxd where i’ve been writing inauthentic haiku reviews for the latest movies i’ve watched)

admittedly kirk in this doodle is a little more ‘wrath of khan’ than ‘search for spock’ (i love the ‘wrath of khan’ uniforms)

and man, shatner’s likeness is way more difficult to capture than deforest kelley’s. something about kirk’s posture in this sketch helped quite a bit

previous star trek mentions on screentone:

my star trek fan shirt

star trek fan poster in the illustration portfolio

more love for the star trek 2 wrath of khan wardrobe

loving hilda

we’ve read the first three hilda books by luke pearson so far.

i love their celebration of keeping a sketchbook, reading, coziness, tea and cocoa, and the outdoors.

all of which comes through in the animated series on the netflix.

not only is the animation, music, and voice casting great, but it features an extraordinary color pallete, charismatic character design, and most importantly a lot of heart

peter parker burns the midnight oil

my series of sh•••y drawings continues with peter parker burning the midnight oil

i think i forgot to draw his left arm

is this drawing too sh•••y? can you tell he’s in a dark room looking through a microscope at a sample

well tomorrow’s sh•••y drawing will be better. (though honestly it could be worse.)

onward!

sh***y wolverine drawing

killer cartoonists ed piskor and jim rugg‘s cartoonist kayfabe coverage of wizard magazine has got me drawing all these sh•••y drawings of superheroes i haven’t drawn in decades…

blurry image courtesy of my dying iphone

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lately i just cant get enough of drawing the spidey doodles

spidey swinging home after a long day of spider-manning

i like to think that his costume is in a constant state of repair. hastily stitched together.

and his webbing, though awesome, is never quite perfect. every batch a little different.

media:

  • a little fountain pen action and some brush pen on top of pencil
  • those crayola markers that kids use but it just soaked up the ink, (not waterproof) and made the whole thing pretty dark
  • spidey’s left foot colored in with an orange and red colored pencils

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