Friday, April 30, 2010

Everybody was... fast as lightning.

I have started a couple of sketchbooks recently (most of my drawings can be seen on my new website) and some of the most challenging drawings involved trying to capture some Kung Fu students practicing and sparring:

I like to do portraits in my new Molskine sketchbook:

I enjoy doing drawings for people who help me out like Jim from Amphead:

Please keep checking in from time to time and I'll keep posting what I've been working on. My POTP this time around is FLOODWORKS.NET-an impressive site full of beautiful artwork and cool concepts. Check them out if you are so inclined.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Coolest Thank-you

I signed a bunch of spiderman issues and with them I did full figure sketches of the eponymous hero to go with the comic as a thank you to those who supported me. In rare cases I get stuff back. This awesome drawing was done by a kid who is already far ahead of some industry professionals in his willingness to incorporate crazy visual non-sequiturs. I like the robot with the exploding head, the equations, the kanji and the phrase "see you next episode."

I love it.

I also Love Science

Here is a wonderfully geeky musical tribute to great ideas, thinkers and phenomena; a tribute to SCIENCE! I think it is the best thing humans ever devised. I wish more people had an appreciation for how fantastic and important it is.

The Poetry of Reality

Thus this is my pick of the post.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Life Imitates Art.

Periscope studio (where I've worked as a freelancer for the past year and recently been promoted to 'float member' status) started the planned expansion today and before they knock down the wall my friend Rich Ellis did a bit of a fitting artistic ode to our new found destructive zest.

This is extra enjoyable for me because Nathan and I just started a sequence of pages on Tales From The White Pony where one of our characters is knocking down walls. Some of our regular readers evoked Kool aid Man as well. He is everywhere. I can't get away from him. Perhaps spring brings these notions of expanding, smashing free to the forefronts of our minds.

There you are people: my drawings and my life have collided in a mind blowing parallel.