Saturday, December 30, 2006

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Illustration Friday: Mask

From my archive... I think I did this in 2000. I recently redid all the type. All the lettering is mine.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

New Series

I've had a couple series of doodles that I've always wanted to do something with. Last weekend I started knocking them out. Right now, I've got 54 planned. And that number may go up or down depending on how good or bad they turn out.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Illustration Friday: Might 2

I've got so many half-done things laying around. This was my original concept for "might." And I had a couple other ideas that I never got around to sketching out.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Illustration Friday: Invention

My first Illustration Friday. One of my "killing time at work" doodles. Maybe one day I'll do a finished illo.

Return to Sender

Rejected drawing. Reason..."too humorous." It'll get used somewhere, sometime, though.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Punk is Crunk

I'm now a part of the Snerko Phenomenon that's sweeping the nation! Punk IS Crunk!

Living Dead Dolls

Ah...I hate it when this happens. I've done a few custom vinyl figures this year. Each time, it seems like a fun thing when I'm asked to do it. But when it comes time to actually do it, I'm not enthused. And it shows in the work. But at least I've tried doing them. And I now know they're not for me. My Living Dead Doll.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

My Cartoon Network Stuff From 2000-2001

I thought Cartoon Network got rid of this stuff. I guess they're on the Cartoon Network LA site. I wasn't even aware that there was a seperate site for LA. Maybe I'm biased, but I think the site was MUCH better when Funny Garbage was doing it.

I'm credited as Illustrator on these...

Jonny Quest
Planet of the Magillas
Prickles the Cactus

I did a bit of work on Peter Potamus, but didn't get a credit. In the vast scheme of things, me and possibly my mother would be the only ones concerned about getting a name in the credits that no one reads anyway. Heck, probably no one even watches these things.

Peter Potamus

One of my favorite things to work on at Funny Garbage was Gary Panter's Pink Donkey. Unfortunately, it got rewritten and revised so many times that it's really not all that good. Still, it was a great experience working on it.

Pink Donkey

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Monster Triad Pattern

I've got too many irons in the fire. Still trying to work some bugs out of some of my fonts. And now I'm sidetracking myself with patterns. I need to put a bunch of stuff aside and focus on "Transplant," my upcoming show at Asterisk Gallery with Saxton Moore, Jorge Lacera and Carlos Villagra in March of 2007. Maybe I can work some patterns into the show.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Sad Frog

I've been finding all kinds of quick doodles on my hard drive at work. And some of them aren't all bad.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Friday, November 03, 2006

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Dumpster Dive Studio Cards

Someone at work cleaned out some old files. And someone else pointed me to the dumpsters because there were a bunch of big envelopes in the dumpster. Luckily, I also found a small quantity of Hi-Brow Studio Cards from the 1960s. Most of them had some kind of information stapled to them...numbers and stuff. Just another reminder that it's all about "how many units of a product you can move."