Well, I produced two new watercolour pencil drawings for today (well, the second one is technically a single-panel comic), but neither of them really turned out as well as I hoped they would and they are best viewed at about a quarter of their original size.
Maybe this is a sign that I still need to give my imagination a break for a while and return to re-drawing my best old drawings for a bit longer?
As usual, these two watercolour pencil drawings are released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.
“Nightmare City” was an attempt at drawing/painting a random dystopic sci-fi scene. But, unfortunately, this painting ended up being slightly rushed and it didn’t really turn out as well as I hoped it would.
“Richs and Coates” is a drawing of two characters (Coates is the one on the left and Richs is the one on the right) that I originally came up with when I was about sixteen or seventeen for a series of ‘Sherlock Holmes’ parody stories I wrote at the time.
Interestingly, I actually wrote a new “Richs and Coates” story last May (set several years after the original stories) and it can be found here.