A few notes on this one:
Damnit, I love sloths. Number one with a bullet on my list of favourite wild animals. They’re slow, they’re totally non-aggressive, and they look like freaking Muppets. And they live in trees, which is just cool for the added difficulty level.
Don’t you just love those giant old tower computer? A CD drive, a DVD burner drive, heck, maybe even a floppy drive. A few USB ports, some of those dumb FireWire ports. Optional: an additional third-party cooling fan that actually makes things much hotter and ruins all your files.
This bunch was fun to draw. It’s interesting seeing the more minute and strange details in the actual sculpting when you’re studying it closely for the purpose of doing a crappy comic version.
I have an interesting relationship with mornings. A certain give and take. For whatever reason I’ve always been the kind of person who becomes more productive as the day goes on. In university this led to a lot of 3 a.m. copy editing sessions (generally accepted as the best time of day to copy edit).
But in the morning? Boy, sometimes it can take a while the get the ol’ gears turning. It’s like my body is one of those stuffy, long-corridored museums and the early hours security guard has a real laissez–faire attitude toward his job duties, in this case: walking around to each wing and turning on the lights. I’ve gotten much better in the last few years, learning ways to avoid the complete zombie effect, but I always feel it even just for a little bit.
On another note: chameleons are slow, and hilarious, and just great. I could watch them awkwardly grab at nearby objects for days on end.