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Corwin Draws

I'm Corwin and I like to draw. These are my drawings.
If you would like to ask an anonymous question, please direct it to my NSFW blog.
Skype: corwindraws
Mar 17 '14

Tried to do more goblins, but I was too rusty and it wasn’t working, so I thought I’d try copying more of those model sheets from this blog post.

What we’ve got here is a model sheet from the Ub Iwerks cartoon “Viva Willie”. I talked about Willie Whopper way back in November 2012. Basically he was a kid who told crazy unbelievable stories, and that story would be the cartoon. There were 14 Willie Whopper cartoons made back in the mid thirties at Ub Iwerks’ studio.

This particular model sheet (original on the left) was drawn by Grim Natwick, who was an animator in those days. He drew the original design for Betty Boop. As far as I know, he started off there at Fleischer, but later on worked at Disney, Universal, and eventually even UPA. Today he’s remembered as one of the best/most influential animators of the 1930s.

He died in 1990 at the age of 100.

Feb 23 '14

neverpostsanything:

The amazing bulk was a religious experience

Zero hyperbole here. Go watch it, now.

Feb 19 '14

wolfnanaki asked:

I think you're a cool guy with lots of talent and potential. Also you don't have Anon turned on. :V

Anon asks are enabled on the lewd blog.

Also, thank you.

Feb 19 '14

Anonymously tell me what you think of me. Don’t sugarcoat it. I am just genuinely intrigued.

I am expecting hurt feelings.

But I…

AM A MAN.

Feb 18 '14

Okay, so on John K’s blog there is a post from 2007 with a bunch of really good model sheets. I am going to do my best to copy them all, because I feel like I should and I think it will help me to understand the way stuff works. I really want to be able to draw well in this kind of a style, so this is what I’ll be practicing.

The original on the left, I’m pretty sure, is from Preston Blair’s “Cartoon Animation”. I believe this was the first animation book ever made. Preston Blair was an animator who worked at Disney and MGM back in the 40s, and later on worked on The Flintstones. His book is supposed to be one of the ultimate animation books, and it’s been sitting on my shelf for quite a while. I need to do more than just flip through it, but oh well.

On the right is my attempt at copying this. It’s not perfect, but hopefully I’ll do better on these as I continue.

Feb 18 '14

I’m going to start copying things for practice. I’ve heard it’s very good exercise. Would it be worth it or appropriate to post here, or not? Would you guys like to see it if it’s just copying other people’s work? Of course I’d also provide the originals.

Feb 16 '14
Ehhh, fuck, this one’s not as good as the others. Not a good goblin like design, weird face, and the sense of weight doesn’t read well. Need to practice more, but don’t we all.OH WELL, here it is, Pink goblin.Now I just gotta do Fluttershy and AJ.

Ehhh, fuck, this one’s not as good as the others. Not a good goblin like design, weird face, and the sense of weight doesn’t read well. Need to practice more, but don’t we all.
OH WELL, here it is, Pink goblin.
Now I just gotta do Fluttershy and AJ.

Feb 9 '14

There is nothing like spending time and care on actually making a good meal out of good ingredients for yourself and others.

It sure as hell beats grabbing some shit from the gas station for dinner.

Feb 8 '14
Goblin Number Three: Rarity
So she’s into gems & stuff, so I made her a thief. She robs travelers and adventurers, and collects their shiny things. I made her fat because, in a medieval/fantasy setting, this is a sign of opulence and wealth.
As for the hair, I can’t really picture Rarity’s hair in real life, so I tried to do something that I could actually imagine. A lot of goblins have long mohawks, so I did that, but slicked over with grease or something. Then it still flips up a little on the ends.
Three down and three to go.

Goblin Number Three: Rarity

So she’s into gems & stuff, so I made her a thief. She robs travelers and adventurers, and collects their shiny things. I made her fat because, in a medieval/fantasy setting, this is a sign of opulence and wealth.

As for the hair, I can’t really picture Rarity’s hair in real life, so I tried to do something that I could actually imagine. A lot of goblins have long mohawks, so I did that, but slicked over with grease or something. Then it still flips up a little on the ends.

Three down and three to go.

Feb 7 '14
Goblin Number Two: Rainbow Dash
On Twilight I just did the first goblin body that came to mind, and I don’t think it fit her. This time I specifically tried to draw a body shape that fit Dash in my opinion.
Originally I was going to wrap her chest in tape bandages, but then I remembered that has fallen out of fashion these days.
One issue, I guess those boots are pretty clownish and round. Oh well.
I feel pretty good, I’ve spent more time drawing today than any other day in probably like a year.

Goblin Number Two: Rainbow Dash

On Twilight I just did the first goblin body that came to mind, and I don’t think it fit her. This time I specifically tried to draw a body shape that fit Dash in my opinion.

Originally I was going to wrap her chest in tape bandages, but then I remembered that has fallen out of fashion these days.

One issue, I guess those boots are pretty clownish and round. Oh well.

I feel pretty good, I’ve spent more time drawing today than any other day in probably like a year.