Was decently pleased with this recent batch of daily drawings with a heavy concentration on funny characters and scenarios, some funnier than others, some kind of distressing. Doing these daily and throwing them onvarioussites has allowed me to informally study viewer’s responses. Not in a creepy corporate market testing way or in order to change my ideas or impose rules on the exercise, no, that’s the last thing I want to do. But the study of responses is giving me wisdom. Deep wisdom. Reinforcing what I’ve heard before too. People like to laugh and if you can make them laugh they really dig it. Everybody wants to laugh. That’s the deep wisdom. You’re welcome.
Since I‘ve been doing daily drawings this year there are a lot of them. I will need 366 total to make this leap-year a success. Here are a few of my recent favorites since the last post above and you can see time-lapse videos of most of the digital parts of these here, and the whole playlist of videos so far is embedded below.
OK so happy new year to you and so on and so forth. 2012 looks a’ight thus far from my perspective. One thing I am doing is some sit-ups so I am going to get those rock hard whatever muscles. Secondly, I am doing Daily Drawings and spamming all my internet channels with both the .jpg results and a time-lapse process video set to music and all packaged with some sweet little graphics that I repurposed from my business card. Although I routinely take advantage of posting my own stuff here on meathaus, I don’t feel like posting my daily drawing on here every day makes good sense. This blog has developed into a “neat stuff” blog over the years that works when it is mainly about neat stuff that excites myself and the other authors here enough to share with you, with only a smaller percentage of the posts being news about or promotion of our own regular meathaus associates. My solution is to take a weekly daily drawing dump on meathaus. So here it is. Above are the first three drawings that started in my sketchbook and then finished up digitally. Below is a youtube playlist of the first three time-lapse drawing videos.