Doodles, Drawings, Fantasy, Illustration, Sci Fi, Science Fiction
This all started because Christopher Mennell started the “Skeletal Astronaut Club” on Facebook which is dedicated to the propagation of, well, art of Skeletal Astronauts. So I doodled up this guy right before bed one night.
And then I decided to try something a bit more detailed.
And it quickly became a “habit”. Now I dedicate 30 minutes to an hour every evening to draw something. It’s been two years since I did any serious drawing of non-maps, but this is feeling good and I’m happy with the results.
My latest pieces have been these “Violators” illustrations where I experiment with illustrations breaking the frame – moving the frame around, deciding what should push outside the frame, etc.
I post these as I draw them to my various social media outlets:
Doug Kilmer said:
Oh, holy hell these are AWESOME!
Dyson Logos said:
Thanks! I’m really happy with how the series is turning out overall, and with a few of the pieces in particular.
Wow! I saw the mace dude in your other post and thought it was amazing didnt connect that you drew it.
Kevin Campbell said:
I’m so glad to see this! Great stuff D! No, really great stuff. Almost the new DAT.
Dyson, just looked at all these drawings, I agree they are ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!!
I love the way your style comes through with all of them, and I like each and every one. Just got to say the second one of the detailed skeleton skull in the helmet is my favorite, you really nailed that one my friend.
Really been enjoying seeing these on Twitter!
These are absolutely gorgeous. They have such an element of drawn life to them, as if at any moment I’ll see the spear fly or the dwarf charge.