Part 1: We are artists. I have a formal background in art and design and Kristina has taken up illustration as a hobby. Part 2: We love to learn. We are firm believers that you should never stop learning. The world is forever changing. It's important to stay on top of trends, technology, business practices, laws, etc. Part 3: How do we learn? Personally we've been very lucky to have industry mentors and close friends to use as a sounding board. We do realize though that those resources might not be available to everyone. That's why we want to give back....
We are back again with another time lapse drawing! This time the illustration is one of our Pokemon/Gundam fan art pieces. Total real time drawing: 1 hour Tools used // Pentel Brush pen, Prismacolor pencil, Copic markers, GoPro, Moleskin notebook, Uniball Signo white pen Thanks and we hope you enjoy! -Dan and Kristina
We are super excited to share our first ever time-lapse drawing and can't wait to create more in the future! We hope you enjoy it! -Dan and Kristina Tools used // Pentel Brush pen, Prismacolor pencil, Copic markers, GoPro, Moleskin notebook, Uniball Signo white pen
It's important to surround yourself with things you love. They help motivate you, inspire you and drive your vision forward! So what do we love here at Dendō? We'll show you! Each week we'll dedicate a blog post to show what we love. That said, let's jump right in: This week's love goes out to the Perfect Grade Gundam line by Bandai. Note up front, we don't recommend jumping in head first into the PG model line. Each kit contains easily 1000 individual pieces and that doesn't count the optional LED lighting harness for the Unicorn Gundam line. That said though, these kits...
'How do you begin to draw robots?''What advice can you give' I've tried my best in the past to explain my mecha design process but what it ultimately comes down to is: study, study, study. For those of you that don't know this, I have a background in Industrial design. I've spent over ten years now studying the process of how things are manufactured. Cars, soap, charcoal, you name it chances are I watched a show or read about it being made. (Just ask Kristina. I'm sure she would love to have the Science channel permanently banned in our house...) It might...