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Category Archives: Drawer Cards
This was my Valentine to Tina. The art was going to be inked and colored in, but my schedule and I decided that the sketch looked pretty nifty so we went with that.
The holiday season was upon us and it was time to make the annual Christmas card. I took the bull by the horns, I had grand plans, yes indeed! It was all perfectly art directed in my head – neutral … Continue reading
16 years ago, Tina and I tied the knot all nice and legal. As is our custom, we exchange cards that we make ourselves. This is mine to her.
Tina’s birthday was fast approaching, and I didn’t have a rock solid, hysterically funny idea for a card so I decided to revisit a friend from last year’s anniversary card, Cosmic, Maaaannnnnn!
This is the 2012 edition of my birthday card to Tina. This is the front or outside of the card.
Our Mr Brooks deserves more than just one post. Here he is from my favorite frame of Tina’s animation!
It was 2002 and Sam Raimi’s take on the wall crawling web-head had just been released smashing box office records and forever raising the bar on what to expect from films about costumed crime fighters. I was fired up about … Continue reading
We shot about 150 photos of Lloyd in order to capture this year’s Christmas card. When I was importing the images from the SD cards to the computer, I got a quick, movie-like flow of images of our illuminated son. … Continue reading
Have you been nice?
There are two consistent factors when it comes time to make a birthday card for Joe each year. One is that I always use this high contrast photo taken when we were dating: The second is the theme of the … Continue reading
A war wages within me between traditionally and digitally inking my cartoons. I go back and forth between my pens and brushes and my Wacom tablet. It depends on the job, my mood or whatever is close at hand. Cosmic, … Continue reading
Fifteen years ago on a similarly rainy day, before a gathering of family, friends and a priest who had buried most of the gangsters in South Philly, Tina and I got hitched! As I’ve said before, Tina and I exchange … Continue reading