Capt. James T. Kirk


This is another doodle with a Wacom tablet.


31 thoughts on “Capt. James T. Kirk

    • Thank you very much. For some people, they might say “study” rather than “doodle,” but I don’t think what I’m doing is all that serious. The drawing also did not take very long and I was watching tv at the same time, so . . . “doodle.” And thank you for the compliment.

  1. Hiya! Great drawing as usual Aaron. I see you’re now playing in the digital space with Wacom. Funnily enoigh I was just snooping around the Wacom onlineshop, but my budget only allows for an Intuios and I dn’t thinkI could get ued to drawingon a tablet, but seeingon the computer screen.

    • It is, but it is also a practice exercise. The fun thing about these Star Trek studies is that I don’t have an instructor hovering around behind my back ripping me apart. I suppose the way I felt (relaxed enjoyment) made me feel as if this were a doodle. Doodles are supposed to be fun after all.

  2. Well..if what you’re doing is a doodle, show me what you consider more serious than a doodle because I must say, I take this to be some extremely, seriously, good work!! That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!! LOL!! I mean it!!

    • I haven’t. If I had done the same drawing by hand, it would have gone faster and had fewer classical rendering problems. Right now, I just learning a tool I’ve only had for a month or so now. With this one, I just gritted my teeth and pushed my way through.

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