Friday, February 29, 2008

Illustration Friday: Leap

It was with great trepidation - and wonderment - that thirty-two year old, crazy-haired, suburban Peter, finally took the big leap and stared directly into his future.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Illustration Friday: Multiple

Business saavy was Jason's strong suit. So he copyrighted the asterisk symbol for 'multiply' and carefully guarded it with his homemade, multiple-eyed, multi-armed, biomechanical robot. If his fourth grade teacher Miss Treacle, and the world for that matter, was going to make him do math, someone was going to have to pay.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Illustration Friday: Theory

The theory is that in our cities, we've got monsters (huge crocodiles, radioactive rats... and God knows what else) living in our sewers. So beware. And watch your step.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy Valentine's Day

It's Valentine's Day. Choose to go hug someone special!

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Illustration Friday: Choose

Unknowingly on the cusp of establishing a lifelong pattern, Christopher found it hard to choose; eat carrots loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin A - or eat his favorite ice cream sundae loaded with pleasure beyond reason.

(Okay, so Illustration Friday has this theme for this week: choose. So I figure, what is a temptation we can all relate to?)

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Illustration Friday: Blanket

The theme on Illustration Friday is 'Blanket' so I was thinking, what could be more appropriate than what is a nightly occurence in our bedroom?

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Doctor Evil

Okay, so all doctors aren't evil. Only the one in my drawing. Oh, and the one that treated me ten years ago, but that's another story.

Ho'okipa Beach Park Maui

From the past, a watercolor I did while on vacation in Maui. The sketchbook was virtually destroyed because our garage drain stopped up one day and water got into one of our storage boxes which completely soaked one of my sketchbooks. This is one of the sketches which was salvaged - the page separated from the one it was stuck to and dried out. I'm sure we'll see more from this sketchbook in the future.