When I used to walk my good ole black lab, Jasmine, it seemed like she used to stop and sniff every little scent that she encountered. What if dogs thought of scents like wine aficionados do wine, and when they got together in the dog park, they compared notes on different scents like wine snobs? […]Read more "Wino dogs"
Thanks to everyone who has come to see my humble art blog. I appreciate your eyeballs looking in my direction. Y’all come back now, y’hear? Here’s a little aimless sketch for your trouble, mostly about raccoons fishing. Cheers!Read more "1,000 visits! Huzzah!!!"
Just what is that shopkeeper up to?Read more "BONUS! More Amos & Slim!"
Here we see the Shopkeeper of that mysterious general store in the desert. He’s quite the fastidious chap, no?Read more "Amos & Slim: enter the Shopkeeper"
Back in 2007 (I think), as Making Fiends was winding down production, my trusted animatic editor was leaving us. She went through thick and thin for me and my EPs Dave Wasson and Amy Winfrey, so I wanted to send her on her way with a drawing that would give her a chuckle. She had […]Read more "The way we say goodbye in toonland…"
Just a quick post about one of the most important tools an artist can use when drawing the human body, and by extension, any other character. Line of action. It can make even the most mundane poses become interesting. It can inform even a stationary standing or sitting pose with the subtext of that character’s […]Read more "Line of action"
Here are a couple more birthday cards I made. The Totoro one was for my daughter Maddie’s 4th birthday–that’s a caricature of her on Totoro’s chest.Read more "More birthday cards"