I’ve created a new YouTube channel where I’ll be posting some of these “Watch Me Draw” videos. They’ll be short and fun, and if I get enough likes / positive feedback then I’ll continue to post them up. So, why not head over to the Froststuff YouTube channel and hit SUBSCRIBE.
No. 1 in a series. Meet Tomass the Lurcher. A true little hairy gentleman. Likes sniffing stuff and warm towels
Since I caved in to a Netflix subscription, our evenings have all been about Star Trek: Discovery, Detectorists, Friends and World War II in Colour :/
Here’s something I made late last year. A kind of ‘hidden object’ comic. The Ramblers was drawn in pencil on Bristol board, inked with a Hunt #102 nib with Speedball Super Black India ink. Coloured on the computer. I was going to hand letter it, but lost my nerve at the last minute and did that on the computer too, I’m glad I did and I hope you like it!
Here are some more images of some of the details:
The players of the Acorn Island adventure game got to visit the three-eared Kat King. He tells them that the bear’s missing father was on his way to Scrimshaw Isle, with a cargo for a pirate gang. If you like that sort of thing then join in here on Twitter (there are only 6 days to go):
There was once a fancy clock that had a bear living in it.
This is all part of my Acorn Island game over on Twitter. It’s powered by pens, pencils and Twitter polls. Go play here, you’ll make both of us happier:
Here’s today’s instalment of the Acorn Island game over on Twitter (see the link below to play along). This drawing is much looser, made with a finer nib. I was pleased with it.
Who are those two? Something to think about, but now… what next?
We’re up to Day 13 in the Acorn Island adventure game over on my Twitter stream. The players have (finally) got ’round to opening the door of the hut, to be presented with the scene of a bear, asleep in an armchair. There is a painting of a cargo ship on the wall, titled “The Last Voyage of the Saucy Seagull”. Who is that on the ship? That’s a very fancy clock. And who are in those pictures on the mantelpiece? What if the bear wakes up?
Questions, to be answered. You can take part here:
The people voted and so instead of chasing after the bear into a strange forest, they decided to talk to the startled toucan. Below’s drawing is of what he had to say. If you want to join in the game, here’s a link to today’s Twitter poll: