Now this was actually drawn on the back of a piece of waterproof plasticized paper. A while back the Alaska Fisheries Observer program would issue you these for working on longline vessels. The front has a sample form printed on it but the back was left blank to do tally sampling and to make notes. It holds a pencil line very well and is awesome to draw on. And while digging through a pile of old doodle I found another piece of on waterproof paper
Friday, February 18, 2011
Some random art, if you want to call it that.
Since I was in high school I use to buy cheap drawing pads to doodle on. I also use to doodle on just about everything I could get my hands on, but I liked having a nice clean sheet of paper to mess up. Some times these doodles led to bigger ideas, characters for comics, or nothing at all. When I didn't have any drawing paper sometimes I would take a peices of copy paper and fold them in half to make a little sketch book.