Monday, December 8, 2008


Ghost Portraits.

Click to view the larger version. Seriously. Do it. Everyone else is.

I'm just taking a quick breather from doing all my finals. Only a few minutes ago, I wrapped up this ridiculous illustration for my Character Development class. We're doing pitch packets for TV shows and I decided to develop a kids' cartoon. I think I originally described it as a cross between Bauhaus and Scooby Doo. Anyway, it's evolved a bit, but it's still about a gang of mystery-solvin', rock music-playin' chicks. I think I'll post more details and the character designs once I'm done coloring them, but enjoy this plus-environment piece for now. I was going for a sort of Scooby gang running scene thing, complete with typical spooky portraits with moving eyes. Something like that.

I don't know what I was thinking, drawing such a massive thing in such little time. At least it turned out all right, and it looks like a cartoon I would have watched as a kid. More children's TV shows should have theremin-playing girl-geeks with tinted glasses and green mohawks.

Now, if you'll excuse me, I must study for my massive Psychology exam and attempt not to self-diagnose as I go.


  1. I tried to go back and get this print during art market but it was gone.
    Discount yes??

  2. I enjoy the narrative with those portrait in the background, it's all mysterious and eerie and obviously extremely neat.