Astronomical Horoscope - July 23, 2014

Gemini: your love life is in danger when your significant other finds you spending hours alone with your telescope.

Astronomical Horoscope - July 22, 2014

Taurus: opportunities abound and you feel “the sky’s the limit”. Wrong. Beyond the sky is limitless space, so aim higher.

Astronomical Horoscope - July 21, 2014

Leo: Mars is continuing to move farther from Earth today, don’t worry, it’s not because of what you did this weekend.

In other news, Society6 has added duvet covers to their line of “things my artwork can be slapped upon”. Check them out here: http://society6.com/archymedius/duvet-covers

In other news, Society6 has added duvet covers to their line of “things my artwork can be slapped upon”. Check them out here: http://society6.com/archymedius/duvet-covers

Astronomical Horoscope - July 18, 2014

Scorpio: you’re happy because you realized that both you and [insert famous person] are made of stuff from the same star.

Showing off my Bob-omb Squad design today. Letting my geek flag fly high.

Showing off my Bob-omb Squad design today. Letting my geek flag fly high.

Astronomical Horoscope - July 17, 2014

Aquarius: you feel grateful for Jupiter, because it has saved your life from various comets throughout the eons. Now say “thank you” and go back to work.

Astronomical Horoscope - July 16, 2014

Aries: you’ll find yourself staring at the Moon in longing, likely because 45 years ago today Apollo 11 was launched.

I’m working on creating a character (named Sym), in particular the design elements of assembling one from scratch. I don’t have a lot of practice with drawing people, so I’m using this as a chance to teach myself some stuff. I try to add a little more to her overall design everyday.

In the end, I’m just happy to be making something that is completely my own. No adapting properties that others have created (like Nintendo, etc.). 100% born from my brain, just like Athena. We’ll see how this goes.

I’m working on creating a character (named Sym), in particular the design elements of assembling one from scratch. I don’t have a lot of practice with drawing people, so I’m using this as a chance to teach myself some stuff. I try to add a little more to her overall design everyday.

In the end, I’m just happy to be making something that is completely my own. No adapting properties that others have created (like Nintendo, etc.). 100% born from my brain, just like Athena. We’ll see how this goes.

Tags: wip sketch sym