Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Bruce Lee Roy, that's who!

Alright...so here are a couple of caricatures I am working on for some park samples. They are not too exaggerated, but what the hell right? For Selma, there is still some issues with the symmetry of her face...I think it was because I had the eyes two different sizes from the start, and then everything else followed. And I am not entirely happy about the body. I want to make it more sexy, but then again, I also like the humor of a smaller body. And her hair style from that reference is still iffy to me. As for the Bruce, I am pretty happy with everything except the likeness...it is still slightly off.

The purpose of these thumbnails is to do something in my style and size, and blow it up to 12x16 for a sample. I have only posted one sample back in 2004 or something like that...it was of Simon from American Idol...I hated it 2 days later, and took it down the next summer. I am rarely happy with my park stuff...I think the size and the materials have something to do with it. It turns out alright...but I know if I were to do it my way, it would look much better, and that bothers me.

Anyway...we will see if these ever make it to the wall.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


Here is an older drawing from my last sketch night at Studio 2nd Street. It is of a student and professional artist who everyone knows as "Cutter". I guess that he is a martial artist whose skill is equal to that of his drawing/art ability...which means you don't want to mess with this guy. He was in a few classes, and I didn't get a chance to talk much with the dude (mostly because of my stupid shyness), but from what I could tell, he was pretty awesome.

Anyway...this night, he dressed up like this and did these awesome poses...so I did this character sketch...it was really fun, and I miss that environment.


Monday, July 13, 2009

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Just see what happens...

The Second drawing down is copies from some handouts a while back, and on the same sheet are also some from imagination...the rest is memory studies...enjoy.

Friday, July 3, 2009


Dude...here are some sketches done at work during the down times. These are actually from may...it is pretty busy this month, so less studying. The squirrel is from life...my dad caught one and I studied it before he released it...it was an interesting challenge...that poor guy was really scared.
Second to the bottom is a drawing of Matt L...the other Matt...drawin' and pimpin'...you know how it is.