Jen Koudelka Sketchbook

My collection of sketches and process work. Mayhaps you'd be interested in some of them.

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Missed posting yesterday’s sketch. So have this strange blobby ghost man

I made myself a promise to not negatively talk about my daily sketches. There are obviously problems but I shouldn’t point them out for everyone. However, if anyone can figure out who this was supposed to be, I will award you the visual translation award of the century.
For now, it’s just a random man.

Spent most of today sewing again so today’s sketch is a slime monster guy. I keep drawing strange and/or creepy things. Eventually I’ll draw some more cute things. Eventually I’ll also use my scanner instead of posting a photo too. ONE DAY.

Most of today was spent sewing a skirt I’m working on, so the sketch for today is inking of an older sketch I did a couple weeks ago.

Apparently listening to classic Tchaikovsky produces this guy if you’re me. I think I shall call him Ernest.

Today’s sketch! I’ve decided that the helmet sends him commands from his fishy alien hive mind.

Day two of my draw a thing a day endeavor. Weird rat skeleton. Maybe I shouldn’t have been watching horror LPs while drawing this one.

I made a decision today to just get over myself and post something every day. Even if it’s small and full of errors. Constant practice is the only way I’ll improve. This is my beginning of this journey.

a coworker of mine is eloping with her fiance on St. Patrick’s Day. I thought I’d draw her this as tidings of good luck for her and her soon to be husband.

Done in micron pen

TBT (if it’s early morning on friday it still counts, right?) to six months ago when I initially sketched this Cecil. Welcome to Night Vale is wonderful, if you ever need something to listen to and like Twilight Zone-esque radio broadcasts I HIGHLY recommend it.

TBT (if it’s early morning on friday it still counts, right?) to six months ago when I initially sketched this Cecil. Welcome to Night Vale is wonderful, if you ever need something to listen to and like Twilight Zone-esque radio broadcasts I HIGHLY recommend it.