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Restoring recently acquired family photographs has been a side project of mine lately. During yesterday’s snowstorm, I worked on this photo of my grandfather, Ovila Garceau. Despite it’s age, this one was in great shape. Some minor tone and color … Continue reading
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Another One Bites the Dust
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.
Posted in It Came From the Sketchbook Tagged Cartoon, cartoons, comic, drawing, Frankenstein, Illustration, Joe Williams, Sketch, sketchbook, technique, Willceau Leave a comment
The Return of Cosmic, Maaaannnnnn!!!
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!
Posted in Drawer Cards, Illustration, It Came From the Sketchbook, Pixels Versus Pigment, Sketch, Technique Tagged birthday, card, color, comic, cosmic, cosmos, counterculture, digital illustration, Drawer Cards, galaxy, Happy birthday Tina, Hippie, humor, Illustration, ink, Joe Williams, outer space, Photoshop, stars, technique, tie dye pattern in Photoshop, tie dye texture in Photoshop, tie-dye, Willceau 1 Comment
Pixels Vs. Pigment – Make Up Your Mind!!!
Ink from a bottle or digital ink? The ENDLESS STRUGGLE continues, but this time the turmoil is WITHIN as I cast aside the new digital techniques and once again embrace the tools of old!
Posted in It Came From the Sketchbook, Monkey & Bird, Pixels Versus Pigment, Technique Tagged Cartoon, cartoons, CO2 Comics, comic, comics, digital, digital illustration, Epson R-1800, Illustration, inking, Inkling, Intuos, Joe Williams, Monkey & Bird, Raine Szramski, Sketch, sketchbook, Strathmore, technical pen, technique, Tina Garceau, Wacom 1 Comment