Thursday, September 28, 2006

One more time

At this gig they allowed me to use a little rendering. It was just in time for the Con. Now I feel all warmed up.

This the first one that I started feeling it.

Um this dude(on the left) I kneeew was going to be some kinda experience. He asked if I could draw him and said that he would love me forever if I did. I told him I hoped he didn't live long. He kept asking me if he could pose with his hands; doing the robot, double vikings, fist on his chin. He picked doing the robot, and even after I drew them and told him they where drawn he kept asking for poses. I would remind him, "Dude I already drew your hands doing the robot." He would go, "Oh Yeah" and remove his fist from his chin. He screamed like a little short-haired girl when I showed it to him, and hugged me, too much. Every time he would walk by later in the night he would hug me and say, "Thanks I'll love you forever." I threw up a little in my mouth. He even stuck around while I was drawing other people to laugh and make jokes about him coming out of the closet. Oh by the way while I was drawing him he bit 2 girls on the ass, and one dude.

I don't know if I pulled off what I was trying to do with his lips. The girl was just about 2 meals away from evaporating.

Monday, September 25, 2006

After the con

I was so fired up after the con, I just couldn't wait to get in the park and sketch. I was really inspired by the artwork that I saw there.

I just drew these guys for fun. They were waiting for Coby to finish drawing their kid.

Thought it would be fun to light him from underneath for a change.

Sunday, September 24, 2006


I ran a Caricature Convention here in San Diego on Tuesday the 19th. With about 30 in attendance(twice the# that I thought would show.)Artist from all over San Diego, L.A. and Orange County came to draw each other funny.
I thought it would be fun to practice what the real convention is like, and give the artists that aren't going a chance to experience some of the same fun. It was alot of work, and even though it didn't seem like it at times, diffently worth it. Court Jones was a ton of help. He's been to a bunch of conventions before, and was a great resource on the format, and procedures.

Here's my little wallspace at the Min-Con here in San Diego. I was running around doing all the execuative stuff and didn't have as much time to draw as everyone else:( I also gave one of my drawings to my friend, forgetting that I needed it for the competition. (DUMB)