It’s been awhile, my friends/random internet people who somehow found this. I’d like to blame any number of things, such as mono (..which I faced mano a mano. I swear that’s the last time I use that joke.), or moving, or being far too busy (sleeping and eating can really take a chunk out of your day), but probably I’m just lazy. But ANYWAY, here are some long overdue silly pictures:
Never was there a spiffier buffalo!
This is what happens when my friends make me watch too many wedding shows.
I’m especially fond of the daft, mutant octopus.
My contribution to the Le Wobble zine, issue 2. My prompt was “Love in Vain”. (The snowman is supposed to be melted.)
The kid’s head was slouched and the hat was positioned in such a way that it looked like he had a sock monkey head. Unsettling.
Here’s a finished version of a sketch I submitted to the Blown Covers blog a while back. The prompt was Fathers’ Day.
This is an illustration I completed for the Illville Hotel project. See the rest of the rooms here (I’m in 6G): http://illvillehotel.com/24735/hotel-facade
It was cold today–the first day I’ve worn a coat this winter/fall/whatever it technically is. That calls for something snuggly and adorable in my book. So I bring you a little piece I made for Lianne, who has a strange…shall we say, “connection” with squirrels.
Sometimes I forget how much I dislike straight lines and decide to draw a building or three. These in particular are from downtown New Haven, MO. I spent many a night in that theater once upon a time. Can’t say I ever saw Casablanca there though–more like “Save the Last Dance” and “Lion King”.
Remember that small squished loris from a long time ago (also seen on top of the tree)? Well the final product is finally here! I give to you a slightly different approach to a deforestation awareness ad. It had just been too long since I drew anything being squished.
On vacation, we saw Punch Brothers live in Moab. It was a fantastic show! If you get a chance, go to one. I tried to get a drawing of each of the members as they played, and then saw some of them after the show and they signed it! Thanks Chris Eldridge, Paul Kowert, and Noam Pikelny! You guys are awesome! Below is a more polished version of the sketches and signatures (I added the text, border, and color to the original drawings after the show).
Apparently, people tend to close their eyes when playing.