So the other night, I overheard Kristin singing this version of Little Bunny Foo Foo to our 3-year old. She loved it.
My first sketch for Sketch Dailies on Twitter. I highly recommend following them for your daily dose of awesomeness.
Here’s part of a large illustration I did for a web project last year that ended up not getting used. Lucky for you, the page designer, Kevin Cates has the full page up on his portfolio, and since it looks much better when viewed as designed, it’s super wide, I’m gonna just link to it here so you can get the full experience.
… I’m pretty sure she would end all snow days. Of course, that would make her a super villain. I think. Unless she lived in Atlanta, maybe.
My wife apparently hates not being able to go to work on a snow day… probably a side-effect of having worked as a journalist where “snow days” are something other cultures participate in.
Ever wonder what kind of work goes into the Saturday football hog toons in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Here’s a little animated WIP that I hope will give folks an idea of what the art looks like as it comes together and what I have to think about to get that final polished look. Enjoy!
Illustration work for pet column for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
I’m behind in blog posting, and I actually have quite a bit of art to post. This one, I had to share now. You might recognize some of the cast.
Work on Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer and the Vampire Zoo is progressing, and if you want to see a sample, head on over to the pinocchiovampireslayer.com website.
It’s been a while since I’ve added something, so here’s some sketches I’ve been kicking around as I get ready for some new projects. Four-legged animals aren’t exactly my specialty and one of these projects requires me to draw a wolf (preferably angry) so these drawings are my attempt to better grasp the proportions through photo reference, and more importantly, figure out how best to describe that proportion through the folds on their hair. Also, viking buildings! Is that a plunger or an old anvil? (It’s an old anvil.)
I’ve been going through a lot of old pages of Pinocchio Vampire Slayer lately and, typically, was very critical of myself. Of all my self-criticisms the biggest is my disappointment in my early renditions of Carlotta. When I saw the picture that inspired this drawing, I couldn’t help but think this is how I would’ve liked to have drawn her. So to my past self, this is how you should’ve done it *smacks the back of past self’s head*. I hope he’s learned his lesson.