Saturday, June 23, 2007

Who Ya Gonna Marry?

Two friends got married last weekend (which I'll post more on later) and I met someone whose friend had just proposed to his girlfriend while dressed as a ghostbuster. He did this because he first met her at a Halloween party where he was dressed in similar fashion. This has to be every fanboy's dream.

I scanned in the sketch and used the tablet. I may try inking by hand later on. I used so many points of reference to draw this. Google images was a help, but to get the pose just right and also the hands, I had to snap a digiphoto of myself in front of the mirror while holding a cane cradled on my shoulder.

I apologize for the size fo these.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007


An image that goes through my head every time I even see my boss now. And yes, she will give me a half hour project five minutes before I have to go home.

Again, learning to use the tablet. All digital ink.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Because Nobody Asked For It

Turkey Burger in color.

I simply must work on backgrounds. Right now I can only place objects dangerously close to the edge of non-discript tables outside on a cloudless day.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Turkey Burger

Picked up a box of turkey burger patties tonight. Mmmm...

I missed posting.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

A Blind Man with a sense of Irony

The sketchblog is turning autobiographical. Be afraid...

I can't think of a better situation where this t-shirt would work. Maybe it was intended for the bar scene, but to see it on a blind man walking down the street - outtasight.

Monday, June 4, 2007

Where do Ugly Babies come from?

Hey look, more than one panel!

I went to see Nothing of Consequence ( play a show at a certain club downtown and I had to wonder what the hell the tech guy was doing. I could forgive the light cues since he's never heard the band play before, but why did he keep blasting that fog machine?

Typically, I've seen these things stored backstage so that the fog slowly creeps out around the band's feet and that's where it stays. What the Tech Dude was using was suspended high above the stage and would literally dump fog down on the performers. But they were real troopers.