October 6, 2009

near Post-season SFC...

Well, it's been quite a while since I've posted. All of my park sketches are buried along with my blackberry, but I tried a little mix-up here to somewhat prepare for the convention. That's where things will explode, I hope.

More to come...

April 21, 2009

sketches 'n stuff

So, a few more sketches from ye olde sketchbook, which is now full. Decided to try my hand at some gr'ffiti; one of my guys left his blackbook by mistake, and I was inspired by his work -- super clean, contrived lettering! Jose's the man!


Some airbrushing at SFC... A few early customs to try and make some extra loot! and yes, cell phone pics...

March 14, 2009

memory sketches

Aha! scanner! Much better. Anyway, some sketches of silly people from memory... this will now become a fun exercise!

February 24, 2009

mo' fo' SFC

the brangelina circus
nolte's mug
dx muthaf*cka!
superbadboys. These are a few more for the SFC wall... got some others. What else is all popular these days??

February 19, 2009


One of my great homies, Abel. I've got a ton of respect for him, and dude can draw. To Abel!

February 18, 2009


last one... about 30 mins.
4th... bout 20 mins
3rd... 20 mins?
2nd... 10 mins.1st one... bout 10 mins. Haven't drawn figures from life in a while!! about two years now... a lotta fun. MIAD has open figure drawing tuesday nights. Pretty cool. so, i know there's some issues with each one, but hey, gotta keep practicin! A little experimentation with color-fun!

February 17, 2009

An older one, but I still like it. Based on "It's bad luck to open an umbrella indoors." It's an old Egyptian thing, because of the Sun-King and it's basically a denial of his supremacy by blocking the sun's rays in your own home. Kinda cool.
I'm gonna see how many consecutive days I can go posting here. Gotta get busy!!

February 16, 2009

Jon Stewart

A little Jon Stewart, for the wall at Great America. This year, finally, the wall will be chock-full of celebs, rather than practices and rejects. Of course, there'll always be room for rejects--making the most out of our beautiful failures.