Posts Tagged ‘bizarre’
I’m very excited to be going to MOCCAfest this Sunday. In addition to hopefully seeing lots of folks I know and probably spending too much money, I will be showing around the beginnings of what hopefully will be my first graphic novel. It’s called WHATZIT and its going to be funny, gross, disturbing, and hopefully lots of fun. There will be lots more posts about this as I proceed, but I’m starting off with just a little teaser of the logo. More to come soon….
The lovely and lively Comics Reporter blog gave me a nice mention! Thanks to whoever was responsible.
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.
So here’s the cleaned up sketch. Brett asked me to remove the keyboard, since the focus of this project is on the bleeps and bloops of the modified toys and not “real” synths. Other details that were added from the first sketch include the kick drum pedal smashing thru the kick drum along with the foot, and the hand twiddling the mixer knobs.
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?
I had intended to sketch out a variety of goblins for a chapter book I’m currently illustrating, but my mind began to wander…then it squirted out of my head.
It only took me six months to reconfigure and relaunch my blog. I’m so proud of myself. I will be posting new work several times a week so please visit when you can. Here is my drawing for the new year of 2010:
I had to take a couple days off to go to my grandmother’s funeral (see below). It was great to see my folks and all my cousins from that side of my family. Everybody’s getting wrinkly, myself included. We’re all hopeful that we have inherited some of grandma Jean’s longevity so that we can be wrinkly for a long time.
This drawing was started last weekend and has nothing to do with my grandmother or my family.