The mysterious and wondrous things that occasionally drifted this far out to sea always filled Krrrph't with fascination.
Done for the Doodle Swap Project #6.
3.5 in x 2.5 in
Tea/coffee stain background, watercolor, and pen.
I had nearly forgotten about this photo I took back in February. That's Mount Rainier in the background with Safeco Field in the middle and the port of Seattle in the foreground.
Andy and I went up to Seattle to meet up with some east coast friends at the Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival. All in all it was an excellent event. I highly recommend attending for anyone in the area.
Technical Details Aperture Value: f/8 Focal Length: 300mm Exposure Program: Aperture Priority ISO: 200 Shutter Speed Value: 1/320 sec Location: Seattle, WA
Sometimes it's funny the things you notice about a drawing after it's done. For instance, the cluster of blobs remind me of Gloop and Gleep from the Herculoids. Also, the white one is the only one looking at the little guy planting seeds. If only I knew why. Why?! Great, now that's probably going to bug me the rest of the day.
Anyone else have experiences like this where your creations surprise you or just completely run away from you like a teenager dribbling with angst, proclaiming to the world that they are old enough to make their own decisions, then stomping off in disgust?
Micron pens (brush and 0.30mm).