The lovely and lively Comics Reporter blog gave me a nice mention! Thanks to whoever was responsible.
Archive for the ‘Obsessive Drawings’ Category
This doodle was completed over several days in various coffee shops and at home. Milo wants to color it in, but I told him I had to scan it first. I wonder what he thinks that means.
I have this amazing book called The World of Ornament that my mom gave me. She has a copy too, and while at her house I looked at it a lot. This improvised doodle has many elements lifted from the book.
Remember when you were in school and you would draw the names of your favorite bands all over your notebook? Well, I couldn’t sleep last night but I also couldn’t will myself to work on any of the multitude of things I should have been working on…so I regressed to my adolescence and made a fanboy doodle. Probably not many of the same names I would have put in when I was 15, but some are the same, certainly. Size and boldness generally reflects importance, but not entirely consistently. Also, I ran out of room or just plain forgot a lot of names. It was late, gimme a break.
Tags: devo, doodle, dr. seuss, drucker, escher, fanboy, guston, Julie Peppito, kaz, kliban, mirukami, obsessive, Pen & Ink, r. crumb, robyn hitchcock, rockwell, yerka
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This is a color version of a drawing I did about a year ago. I’m looking into getting Giclee prints made of this and several other similar pieces.
Would anyone out there be interested in something like this?
Ah, it felt good to take a break. The new summer hours have given me the time to put a little more effort into the drawings, too. Here is the latest in my series of plugs and sockets, etc: