After I logged in I discovered all sorts of ancient art goodies that I had forgotten about, including everything I ever did for Kuzuricon.
Now, most of this stuff is only a couple years old but it makes me cringe. The majority of it is from my style shift away from anime so that might help explain how awkward these pics look.
Let's start with Kuzuricon circa 2008:
These are Ringo (the girl) and Kuzu (the wolverine), the first mascots I made. Baw, I still really like these. Even that really awkward last one with the extra long digimon limbs.
This was the final mascot I made for Kcon, Mae. I still like this drawing even though it's animu up the wazoo. It's so clean. I think it's one of the last drawings I used the pen tool for. 30 different light sources much?
Enough with Kuzuricon, here is the portfolio I made that got me into art school. :B
This is nuts, I've definitely improved at drawing. Maybe all of my loan debt is worth it?
And lol what is a vector? I don't have a lick of patience for that crap anymore. The orange, pink, blue one of the guy in the headband (Nate) won me some district cash prize in high school, whoop whoop.
This was a line of nerdy tee shirts I wanted to sell at Jafax.
I still think this is cute, it's the hair-volution of my "original character" Kumiko, the saddest Japanese girl ever. I still draw her all the time, but I never show anybody.
Proof of hair-volution:
These are from way back when I had Xanga. Every once in a while I find these and then I'm just sad that I don't have my GBA SP anymore.
I guess that is enough old art dumping for me tonight. I love looking at my old drawings. Now I have to remember to never forget my photobucket password.
I'll leave you with this ridiculously anime super flattering Obi-Wan Kenobi/ Me fanart from around 2006: