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I’ve been sitting on the couch lately, doodling while watching trash on my Roku streaming box. I dumped Netflix over a year ago but hung onto Amazon’s Prime Video. It’s got a lot of popular movies, television series and compelling … Continue reading
This was the guy that started it all. I did him as an icon experiment in Adobe Illustrator back in 2006. I was trying to keep it as simple as possible and played with the blending modes of the various … Continue reading
One of the reasons that a lot of my contemporaries went to art school was to hopefully one day design an album cover. Think of how thrilling it would be to see something you created every time you went into … Continue reading
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.
I wish I could summon the late, great John Williams to do my intros like the one below which was a staple of UHF television and has stuck in my head for years. …but I digress. Imagine John Williams saying … Continue reading
â€¦or Shempenstein. A sketchbook sketch I did 20 years ago and forgot about. Done in technical pen.
Rather than clutter our house with a bunch of junk, Tina and I make cards for each other for birthdays, anniversaries, etc. This is the one I gave to her last night for our 13th wedding anniversary. Being that it’s … Continue reading
Sometimes I do sketches that I keep meaning to chase down again. This version of the Frankenstein Monster is among them. I was working on a company Christmas card that I wasn’t really enthusiastic about, and this fellow kept on … Continue reading