Thursday, May 27, 2010

More to Come

Here's a preview of what I'm working on now:

It's another "In the Heart of America" Jam comic featuring Eric Roesner. We did this before school got out, and I've been taking my sweet time coloring it. I think this one is pretty good, but who cares what I think? It's all about you, the beautiful public. So be patient, and just as soon as I finish cooking up this delicious home-made collaboration, you can have yourself a nice big slice. mmm. good huh? wholesome, warm, and nutritious. The secret ingredient is love.

You're probably like "where is the line art?" Well, good question, it's there, you just can't see it yet.

Yesterday I posted some doodles from a concert in Millennium Park I was at on Monday. There were lots of hip young worthy-of-being-drawn people.
Also, there's a few new illustrations over at the flickr if you haven't seen them yet. Two of my favorite things: Chicago-style hot dogs and Weezer.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

You're All Out to Get Me.

Here's part of my final project for my intro to illustration class - the rest of it is on flickr.
It's a cover for an imaginary autobiography. I think it captures my general attitude toward life.

The back cover is even sadder, but you have to go to flickr to check it out.

Also, still no word on that mini comic.

But I did finish the luchadores illustration.... you know where to find it.

Thats all.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

I hope I just blew your mind.

The last man on earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door.” - Frederic Brown

The two sentences are in conflict. The author knows this but presents them to you with no explanation, leaving you, the viewer to reconcile them. You can believe or disbelieve the first sentence, the second, or both. Through your shared curiosity, the man in the room becomes instantly relatable, and the person on the other side of the door is instantly fascinating. Even though you know nothing about them.