I touched clay for the first time in a class I took during college in 2001. It affected me so much I married my professor. (Different story all together, but just know it really can affect you.) I played in it off and on until I graduated in 2005 and demonstrated a couple of pieces to a high school class …
Hand lettering for my first tattoo design (!)
I guess it’s all who you know, I’m finding out. I leave napkins I’ve doodled on at restaurants all the time, and one restaurant in particular apparently keeps the napkins and hangs them in the kitchen. Last month when we were there I left another doodle at the bar. The bartender recognized the art and said, “So you’re the one who draws …
A mushroom drawing kind of day
Mushrooms. Drew them today. Part of something much, much bigger, in case you couldn’t tell.
The Ax Man second go-round
So I finished sketching the background idea I had for Robot (I’ll post the final version with the background when it happens), and decided to draw everything in layers; Robot first, then the background by itself. That way I can control the light and blur of the background separately, and I’ll also be able to move it around behind Robot to …
If clowns give you the creeps
I’m working on an illustration for a twisted little story for the book. (Wait, they’re all twisted, aren’t they. Sorry.) Here he is on my drawing desk. The drawing on the left is the sketch I’m working from, and the one on the right is the final version in progress.
Drawing desk in-progress report
Here’s the latest illustration for the book in progress, as seen from its birthing table.