Horn Experiments: Day 23


I’m just about finished with this guy, but it’s already after 9PM and I’ve been working on him for a couple hours. Going to post it as “work in progress” and finish it up tomorrow! He’s looking great, eh? I experimented a bit on the horn there and it turned out pretty good actually. We’ll see how it looks when I do the rest of the horns.

Something I’ve wanted to do for a few weeks now is most likely going to be my next project. Classic video game start screens. Not sure what I’m going to do with it as of yet, but I want to do something interesting. Not just simply look at a picture of a video game screen and copy it. Perhaps I’ll do it on real paper and draw each pixel. Maybe zoom in on the image a bunch so it’s tough to even tell what it is, then draw that in my own way. With lots of colored squares. No idea! Just something I’ve been wanting to try. Should be fun.

Hope everyone is having a terrific weekend.


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  • Brad Thornhill

    I love that idea about the video game screen thing Robert 🙂 your red monster is coming along nicely

    • Rob Chapman

      I can always count on you to kick things off in the comments. Despite everyone else losing interest at around day 10, you’ve stuck around. Can’t say thank you enough.

      Yeah! I’ve been thinking about the video game screen for awhile. Maybe around day 7 or so. I just need to run out of other ideas first. It would be cool if, with future posts, I did a “week of”, you know? So a week of retro title screens, etc.

  • Maryann Levesque

    oh love it bob. thats more like what you use to draw when you were younger.