COWABUNGA RABBIT


Geisha Redux
Monday 11 August 2008, 10:31 AM
Filed under: art, box bean town, ink

Awhile ago I told Cookie Monster Gumball TOE TOE to draw a geisha on a turtle and what he painted was very beautiful, but not what I had imagined at all, hahaha. I had always wanted to do my version of that assignment, but I never really saw it through. But as I was watching the Olympics last night and doodling idly away on my sketchpad, I drew something that I sort of liked and just went with it. Since I hadn’t planned it I didn’t think about the turtle she was supposed to be sitting on and obviously ran out of space, but that’s cool with me. I got excited enough about this drawing and working with inks again that I stayed up until 3:30 AM or something. By finishing time, I was completely loopy, weee.

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Box Bean Town: Huh?
Saturday 5 July 2008, 8:55 PM
Filed under: art, box bean town, ink

Female samurai on a ‘steampunk’ (whatever the hell that is) horse walking towards a nine-tailed fox.

Guess who’s on my new hate list? YES, TOE KNEE. *glare*



Box Bean Town: Mermen and Testosterone
Saturday 21 June 2008, 9:09 AM
Filed under: art, box bean town, ink

Somehow my friend Tony (better known as Toe Knee or TOE TOE) and I came up with this brilliant idea: I would tell him to draw something and vice versa and we each had a week to complete it. Then we named the event Box Bean Town.

I was told to draw Poseidon holding a trident fighting off three mermen. At the time, I obviously wasn’t really paying attention to Tony because I ended up drawing four mermen, but at least one of them is wielding a trident. In fact, I just sort of thought I was creating a cooler Triton from The Little Mermaid. I should really write things down next time.

Go see what Tony did. I gave him a really outlandish idea, mwahaha.



Happy Father’s Day
Sunday 15 June 2008, 4:19 PM
Filed under: art, ink



I <3 Fred
Thursday 8 May 2008, 4:40 PM
Filed under: art, comics, ink

 

fred

 

Stick figures are one of the best things I can draw. Above is a copy of a sketch I did for my final project in figure drawing. The real deal is below. I did it on six pages on super expensive paper (cost me an arm and a leg), but it was sooo worth it. Anyway, I’m really proud of this baby. The pages are more or less 25.5″ x 42.5″ and the medium is ink.

The story is taken from The Half Brother by Lars Saabye Christensen (excerpt here). It’s a lengthy passage that I managed to condense to six pages (would’ve been more if I had it my way, haha). I also had to tweak a few things, but I tried to keep my comic as true to the book as possible. And Fred is one of my favorite characters EVER… which is why he’s the most handsome of all the guys, bahahahaha!

Next step is to make 22 pages for a full-length comic! Giant comics are the next big thing guys, so get on the bandwagon.

Special thanks to the people who modeled for me.



For Andrew
Wednesday 9 April 2008, 6:45 PM
Filed under: art, ink

As promised, a better picture. Thank you professional scanners. The thumbnails however are the product of my amateur hands.