Wednesday, July 27, 2005


This will probably be the last one for a bit of time. I'm about to start a monstrous freelance design job that should tie me up pretty well through the weekend. I shall return (hopefully richer).


Monday, July 25, 2005

Weekend Sketches

Here's the result of a Sunday morning at Starbucks as well as Sunday afternoon at Reality Cafe.
Just to reinforce how awful I am compared to "real" artists, browse on over to Michael Hussar's web site. It takes a few clicks to get to the meat, but there's some amazing stuff to see once you're inside. His stuff is pretty dark and disturbing in nature, but man is it well done! An article about him appeared in the latest issue of Juxtapoz (which is, fairly obviously, where I came across his work). That's it for me. You know the deal. Click it big.


Thursday, July 21, 2005

You want a fresh one?

Yeah... so it's a photo and not a sketch. I set it up and took it, so what of it?!
Keep complaining. You'll be next.

Causing a disturbance

This page causes me to be disturbed. Maybe it's the woman's eye improperly positioned on her face. Maybe it's that disturbing little man in the hat. Ever draw something and wish you hadn't? I have.

I'm loving this red lead. Seriously.

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

I see red...

Well, guess who did some sketching this past weekend. If you guessed me, you've won. I've no prizes to share, but I do have these two sketches from a Sunday afternoon at Starbucks. The new Gorillaz album, "Demon Days," is good to sketch to, by the way. While I'm at it, Static-X's and Dream Theater's new albums ("Start a War" and "Octavarium," respectively) are quite good too. I digress. You didn't come here for music. You came here for sketches. And chances are you came here because you know me personally and have for many, many years. Hell, if you don't know me, but visit anyway, leave a comment and say hi or give me links to other sketch-blogs you've enjoyed more than mine. I'm just curious to see how vast my audience is for this while finding other folks with more talent whose work I can look at and silently seethe with jealousy. Ah, yes... onto the sketches. Click for a larger view... like in the deal.