Sunday, July 13, 2008

IT'S LIKE THAT PRODIGY SONG.

Liz.


The "Let Them Eat Pancakes!" Hellboy show at Überbot was great, and I enjoyed seeing work from artists like Erik Jones and Jason "Stuntkid" Levesque. I'm not particularly good at mingling, so, to anyone that approached me that night, I apologize for my maximum social awkwardness. I swear, I can communicate like a normal human being, but only when given ten to fifteen second pauses to fully organize my thoughts. Anyway... My ink drawing of Liz Sherman will be on display for the rest of the month, so check it out and then buy lots of wonderful things from the store. The site has posted all the pieces from the show, too.

I have another project on the horizon. More details if/when I finish.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

YEAH, IT'S OKAY.

Talking to Myself.


Enjoy this quick doodle I did today, prompted by this activity. It's a conversation between present-day me and super-little me. I was a fairly cute kid, so what happened?

In other news, I finally turned in my piece for Überbot's Hellboy art show, "Let Them Eat Pancakes!" (July 12th, 7 - 10PM). If you're in the area, check it out and watch me anxiously shift my feet in the presence of works by people like Phil Noto. See a full list of artists and details here. And then when I reveal my drawing next week, buy it. Do it.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

IT'S NO SPAGHETTI JESUS.

Barbarella Finished.


I just finished up my Barbarella piece. I think it's ready for submission, but I'm going to let it sit for a few days before I turn it in, just in case I suddenly decide to make it, like, totally purple or something. Hey, I don't know. It could happen. The text in the background is from the opening scene of Barbarella. Fantastic song and soundtrack.

Upright Citizens Brigade Season Two and lots of Supercool kept me company through most of coloring.