Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Two Things

  I woke up this morning and the way my clothes were sitting happened to make a face. This guy's got a long nose hair.

  Isn't that wild! There's some lil book I saw in college with all these cool expressions some artist saw in everyday stuff like lightsockets and what-have-you. So this ain't my idea or nothin, but that does'nt mean I'm not going to snap a picture if I find one. Here's one I found a month or so ago on the humidifier my neighboor was getting rid of.
That's one friendly humidifier.

  Also, I just put a little cartoon book together that's going to be for sale in a little bit. It's just gonna be five bucks. My friends helped alot with their opinions and folding and stapling. Thanks so much to Beau, Lindsay, Brian Morante, Brian Oakes, and Katie. You all are fantastic. The book's gonna be for sale at some convention in Texas, firstly. I'll let you know more when I know more.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Sea World San Diego Beast Heads

  Hey there folks, take a look at a new site for Sea World San Diego artists. "Sea World San Diego Beast heads" it's called. The web address is real easy to remember its just

  A bunch of us artists tried to draw the scariest baby possible, so I'll post those pretty quick here. I think this is gonna be cool.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Some Random Malarky

  The only one I'm happy with on this quad is the guy in the top right. They were real good customers even though I was sure I heard the guy talkin trash before they sat down.
Another one from the caricature convention. It's of a nice guy named Jason.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

This website is selling a couple of my cards. You can go check it out. That would make me happy.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

I'll Post Thisn

  My buddy who just saw my work said he wanted me to post this one, so I obliged. This is from the last convention. She has the most irresistible face ever.

Monday, April 21, 2008

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This baseball body is just plain bad, but the face turned out pretty good.
  This was a fun couple I drew. I promise she's making a different expression here. PS. We've got lil' Kevin Jackson working with us now. Perhaps you can find him in this photo.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Patrick and Kevin


  On a slow day, me and Andy was tryin to see who could draw the scariest baby. I think newborns are the scariest.
  I have million regrets about my decisions in this caricature, but at least I drew without fear, and at least it's fun to look at, and at least I made her riding a Nate turtle. She was, maybe, the perfect customer. She was unbelievably patient, and so was her boyfriend. They were very gracious, good people. I put my blog address on the drawing so maybe they'll see these nice things I have to say about them. Lady, I love your face and I wish I could have drawn it a hundred times. And I think you're pretty. And your boyfriend too.
  These two were really cool. He was slightly cooler, but she has a lot of cool-potential.