Tuesday, April 29, 2008

It's Coming...

Austin and I have been talking about the idea of intrigue lately. With that, I'd like to leave you with a snippet of a drawing that I will post up later this week. What is it? You'll just have to wait and see.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Feral Man

This character has been living in my head for some time, so I thought I'd breathe life into him on paper. I won't say too much about him just yet other than he's somewhat of a "gentle brute," kinda like Andre the Giant, or Jesus Chambrot.

Monday, April 21, 2008

Arbitrary Spread of Sci-Fi Randomness

Some people like to draw mainly girls. Some people like to draw things they see. In this quickie, I decided to let myself go and revert back to the things that got me interested in drawing in the first place: the Strange.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Reluctantly Saw "Princess Bride"

I finally watched The Princess Bride, all the way through, after yet another one of my female friends literally handed me the DVD.

I said "Pull my finger!!"

I admit, it was pretty good. Very good actually. It had one of the most profound movie quotes I've heard in a while:

Westley: "Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something."

Friday, April 04, 2008

Sad Flock

One of the nice things about these blogs is that we get to learn from each other by looking at one another's work, and by reading what everyone has to say about them. The "comments" feature is nice too, because we get to have a glimpse of what viewers' reactions are to these drawings.

Now I discovered, fairly recently, the "polling" feature for Blogger and thought maybe that's another way to learn from the audience. With that said, I have a poll about this drawing that I would love for you all to participate in.

For some of you, these characters may be familiar - if you look to the left-hand column, there should be a question: "What are the sheep sad about?" Please pick the best answer(s) - you can pick more than one - according to your initial gut reaction.

Much obliged.