Seriously, he totally is.
I'm still getting the hang of using this tablet. It's not as responsive as the Intous...s I was using at school, but it's nice for quick coloring. Freakazoid here is 100% digital.

Next we have yet another Sparty redesign!
Well, really more streamlining. I've been studying large birds lately. Specifically the shoebill stork. They look like dinosaurs. :3 They're also very lightly built, which made me realize I'd been drawing Sparty too stocky.

Speaking of dragons, there's a new Spyro the Dragon game coming out. And Spyro looks terrible. I was not amused by this atrocious character design and, to demonstrate a point on a forum, I drew this really fast:
What is so hard about updating a character design? Why does it seem so hard for all of these games companies (Activision is just the latest offender) to make a good Spyro game? WHYYYYYYYYYYYYY!?!?!?!?!?!?   

Wellp, that's it for this art dump.
Whoo buddy I have been arting up a storm today! First up are a trio of watercolor postcards I was playing around with. Andrea, yours is the one with the dragon. :3

Second and third are a couple of Gintama speedpaints done predominately in Painter.
Ah ha! Finally! A post! A post with art! I recently acquired a Wacom Bamboo Pen and have been messing with it quite a bit. It isn't as sensitive as an Intuous (which is what I used at school), but it works for speeding up the coloring process.

First picture is a quick thing I did in Painter Lite and Photoshop Elements, the second is a much better Painter/Photoshop combo. Every so often I just re-design Sparty. Now that her mane is blue, I need to update my website banners. O.o