Sunday, July 26, 2009

Scooby & Daphne

This is actually a remake from several years ago. I saw the old one recently and liked the concept, so I decided to give it a do-over. While it's fairly unwatchable as an adult, I loved Scooby Doo as a child. Daphne might even qualify as my first crush.

And this doesn't necessarily signify a return from my creative "dry spell" of late...it's something I had already finished and just hadn't posted yet. Hopefully more new stuff will come soon!

-Andrew



3 comments:

Goobeetsablog said...

sweet!
nice update...
is Daphne a cousin of Jenn's?


about the artist's block
make bad art- get out your
pens and paints RELAX and draw
or paint badly...whatever the result

be content.

Andrew said...

Thanks, Brian. Daphne could indeed be a subconscious cousin of Jenn's, given how much I liked her as a small child. I don't know if Jenn is as "danger prone" though. Or maybe she just hasn't gone on enough adventures to find out!

That's good artist's block advice. My problem has been that I haven't even felt like picking up a pencil (or sitting down at Photoshop) to even so much as doodle lately (and I usually doodle anytime paper's nearby). Fortunately, this week I've been pecking around at a couple of works-in-progress that were waiting in Photoshop, so it seems things are at least heading in the right direction again. I'll try doing what you suggested some as well.

Anonymous said...

The life of an Artist is challenging enough as it stands. It is very difficult to feel creative when the income that we do generate is ear-marked to be taxed even the more by the current Imbecile-in -chief illegal alien usurper who gained access to the white house through fraud - How are American artists responsible for a "World Tax"? We better make sure that Obama does not sign this ridiculous Copenhagen Treaty - we are goners if he does.