My thoughts on the D23 and SD Comicon fallout are coming later, and probably well after anyone could care. For now, let's talk Sketchbooks.
A Saunders Waterford Sketchbook from St. Cuthbert's Mill. The Lamborghini of English-made watercolor Sketchbooks. It was gifted to me by my cousin this past Christmas. Here is it post-cover customization, with good old Carnegie Collection Corythosaurus for scale:
As you can see, it is colossal. Imposingly so. And probably very expensive as the paper quality is insanely nice.
As you might imagine, I can't wait to fill this book with goofy-ass animals and crazy characters.
Because it's KaiJuly, I figured why not start with some fanart of the King of Monsters himself?
I love getting to play with scale. I had a lot of fun looking for photo reference of whales backflipping and I'm pretty proud of that sweet sky I painted.
Additionally, it's not a bad transition, because guess what month it is?
I want to see if I can do a weekly wrap-up post of my daily dragons this month.