My name is Nena, currently, I'm a 3D Sculptor & Designer making toys at Funko, but I also love drawing and painting shizz.

 

The rest of this week’s Inktober drawings. (Days 14 - 17)

It’s been a stressful week, so I’ve been putting off drawing and posting.

1st:  A couple of attemps at drawing Wednesday Addams playing with Pugsley

2nd & 3rd: The heroine and sidekick from a story that’s been hovering in my head for the last few years (the Head Witch Bird & cave lair drawings below are from the same idea as well, I’m still exploring style, which is why they look so different)

Day 12 & 13 - Grumpy Dracula and a bad hair day

Day 8/9/10/11 - I decided to take my time with this one, I did one stage of the drawing each day (see gif)

Day 7 - The Head Witch of the Witch Birds

Day 7 - The Head Witch of the Witch Birds

Days 4/5/6 - A ghost with a roadkill fur scarf, some sort of bug creature, and a very cute werewolf

Days 4/5/6 - A ghost with a roadkill fur scarf, some sort of bug creature, and a very cute werewolf

Day 3 - Don’t piss off your secretary, especially if she’s a vampire

Day 3 - Don’t piss off your secretary, especially if she’s a vampire

Day 2 - Swamp creature with little useless stick arms, and a bonus emo cyclopian bat girl

Day 1 - drawing of a very fab naga for Inktober and Monster Month

Day 1 - drawing of a very fab naga for Inktober and Monster Month

I started this a while ago and I finally got to finishing it last night. 

I started this a while ago and I finally got to finishing it last night. 

I just realized that I never mentioned that my senior year animated short Super Secret made it into the Seattle International Film Festival! It was a huge surprise to make it in, and it’s such an honor that our film has been received so well thus far.
If anyone is going to be in the Seattle area on Sunday June 1st, it’ll be screening in The Family Picture Show with a bunch of other really good shorts (the first screening was on the 24th and it was really good, and the kids asked some pretty serious questions!) 
For those who haven’t seen the short, and can’t come to the screening, here’s a link.

I just realized that I never mentioned that my senior year animated short Super Secret made it into the Seattle International Film Festival! It was a huge surprise to make it in, and it’s such an honor that our film has been received so well thus far.

If anyone is going to be in the Seattle area on Sunday June 1st, it’ll be screening in The Family Picture Show with a bunch of other really good shorts (the first screening was on the 24th and it was really good, and the kids asked some pretty serious questions!) 

For those who haven’t seen the short, and can’t come to the screening, here’s a link.

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Long due art update…

The first is the concept for a sculpture I’m starting (the following image is the wire armatures for the characters)… I’ve never really gotten around to doing something this big, so I think it’s going to take me a while.

The next two images are two of the three custom POP figures I made for the Children’s Hospital auction that ECCC and Funko are doing (sometime in the near future).

And the last is a custom Jambi POP I made. I really hope that Funko can get the license someday (a.k.a. I hope that the boss-man think it’s a license worth getting), because I would really love to make some Pee Wee’s Playhouse POPs.