From Drink and Draw Social Club the other night. Autumn had brought a whole bunch of these pre-painted boards to share. The fun thing about that is trying to see what you can make out of the shapes the paint makes. After I was done with the one on the right, it occurred to me that it kinda looks like my pal Eric Canete. I didn't mean to make him look like a dwarf, because I really had no intentions of drawing him in the first place. Of course, adding his signature after probably didn't help. So I hope he doesn't hate me for it.
Cool way to start a work and I dig the final product.
You need to put gears in his head like on the website. That way it helps show the Canete brilliance.
SO that is Canete.
HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA!!! Yeah, adding the signature may have added more of a Canete feel to the piece. :-P
These came out great man! Way cool. Oh, i forgot to mention that the watercolor is still mailable, so, if you want to you can hit it with a bit of water, let it soak and push it around the board some more. I'll bring some more next week too, just went and got the blank boards yesterday.
Yeah, like CraigCermak said! Isn't it time for D&D V.2? As always, love your work.
Great idea using the pre painted panels. My watercolor prof would do that to us. Forces spontaneous response to something you had no control over initially!
Oh man, I need to start a drink and draw club in Dallas. Love the chick in the clown nose BTW
CANNOT WAIT to get any future publications of DDSC books! Volume 1 was a fucking blast and I shared it with all of my closest friends, who ALSO love it. THANK YOU, Dave Johnson. Keep drinkin', and drawin', and I'll keep buyin'.
he NIGHT hate you for it but it'll be well worth it with this piece of art.