Sunday, April 24, 2011
Here's a semi-silly illustration of a Weeping Angel from Doctor Who. If you're not familiar with the series, these are alien creatures that basically only exist when you are looking at them. And when you aren't looking at them, they sneak up on you and eat your potential energy! YUM.
I included the original inking of this (hidden behind a picture frame, as a surprise) in a package to the girl who really got me into Doctor Who. THANKS, CHLOE!
Friday, April 22, 2011
To be honest, I'm not really sure how this Alan Rickman tribute came about. I had drawn Snape a couple of times before because he's such a fun character to illustrate. I then had the idea to draw four or so Rickman characters together. And that evolved into a BUNCH of them. And then I figured I could just call it a "tribute" and title it
As you can see, I tend to get carried away when drawing random things. I was considering coloring it, so if I get enough requests via FB / Twitter / blog comments, I may end up doing that!
Monday, April 11, 2011
The theme of this night's Drink & Draw was "Cute Puppy Stickers." Someone had brought over a sticker set that contained only adorable dogs, so everyone took one and drew a picture around it. Here is my contribution, complete with zany story!
Monday, April 4, 2011
Dirty Coast asked me to design a poster to help raise money for the Japanese relief effort. I'm to be one of several artists designing posters to be sold to raise funds to donate. This is the concept I pursued. On the first version, I had the word "NOW" in white in the dot. It brought a little more balance, but it took away from the "Japanese flag" reference. I think I prefer this version.
I hope I'm able to help the effort somewhat with this design. It's nice to do something that actually has an effect on something other than just making people laugh a little, right?
Sunday, April 3, 2011
This mini-comic is loosely based on true dream-events, as revealed by the wonderfully entertaining Emmy Cicierega. I couldn't pass up a PRIME #GrintFace joke opportunity.
For those of you left scratching your head: It's fun to use Rupert Grint's face as a punchline.