All done in graphite.
Speaking of WENDLING...
Our school had our annual Animation Labyrinth Book Store Road Show on Monday- It seemed ...smaller than last year and ten times more crowded. Pre-Ordering my books was smart. It was freaking nuts. I just wanted to grab the books and get out- but I apparently missed out some great books doing so. Oh well. I got the books I wanted; The next issue of WENDLING's creations- Daisies. Paperback, really nice animal sketches, but still does not beat Iguanna Bay or Drawer 2.0- there is not one drawing I dislike in those books... I also pre-Ordered " The Art of: How to Train your Dragon" Since I'm unbelievably in love with the movie ( Seen it 4 times and I still manage to cry everytime) that book will surely provide as an excellent reference for my comic book and my 'dragon-race' people. Which brings me to the OTHER book with all its dragon-goodness. DRACOPEDIA. At first glance I thought it was other Dragon book from Wizards of the Coast Inc. D&D manual, (which I already have) But it was not, and I was very pleased. And last but certainly not least was J Scott Cambells SIGNED "Shades of Gray Sketchbook"- SO much awesomeness. Marvel to DC artwork, AND 'Doctor Horrible's Sing A Long Blog, Dr. Horrible and my favourite man in the world Captian Hammer ( Nathan Fillion). And to top it off, movie screencapture sketches of Indiana Jones. I honestly would love a poster of them, they are so well done.
TOTALLY worth cleaning my bank account for!