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Tag Archives: Illustration
It seems that everything old is new again.
Twenty fourth in a series creating a collage using five elements.
I was up tending to my long neglected third floor studio trying to cut a path through the clutter so I could get some work done when I uncovered another forgotten, hardbound sketchbook on a shelf in a closet. At … Continue reading
This was a drawing I did back in the late 1980s in the cursed Sketchbook from Hell. I created it as a belated birthday card for a girl I was pursuing who dodged my advances. Belated birthday cards featuring a … Continue reading
I saw this guy when I was on a Route 23 Bus stopped at the traffic light at 11th and Pine in Philadelphia. This guy (a kid, really) was fishing an alternative weekly newspaper from one of the honor boxes … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I decided to give the What I Like About Comics category a rest and blow the dust off of the It Came From The Sketchbook category shaking loose some of the drawings from sketchbooks I’ve got … 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.
After finally putting the Sketchbook from Hell to rest by feverishly sketching in it on my commute, I set my sights on another sketchbook that was begging to be finished off.
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.
A sketch I did with my favorite indigo blue pencil while sitting at the Ridgeway pool in South Philadelphia this summer. This was the first satisfying sketch I did in the dreaded Sketchbook from Hell!
I was looking through some old sketchbooks and came across this scribble I made back in August of 1998. It may have been a preliminary sketch for There’s No Escape From a Deadline, but I’m not sure.