A caricature of Dr. Ruth from the New York Observer. She’s attending the Royal Inaugural Ball thrown by Queen Silvia of Sweden- because SOMEONE has to teach those royals how to propagate.
But the show must go on. Specifically, Ricky Gervais doing standup in New York. Drawing from the New York Observer.
Our friends Elizabeth and Potato had their wedding at our house earlier this month. They are both radio DJ’s who host a show Monday nights on KPSU called Attack of The Killer Eggplant. As we were cleaning up after the wedding I noticed some white painted wooden discs sitting in the trash- these had been supports for the various layers of the wedding cake. They are meant to be thrown away, but it occurred to me they might be excellent panels to paint on, so I rescued a few. Here is the first one I’ve been working on, a fisheye view of the Ira Keller Fountain covering half the visual field, a flat equivalent to the spherical paintings I’ve been doing on bowling balls and world globes:
This year I opted for a simple face suggested by the bumps and ridges already on the pumpkin. Continue reading Work in progress: Jack-o-lanterns
Three recent caricature pieces. John Lennon and Chris Isaak, both from The New York Observer, and Sarah Palin from lnx. Continue reading Two Pop Stars and a Novelty Act
Even though in my career as an illustrator I have drawn everything from real estate flyers to the cover of SCREW magazine, within the rarefied world of comics publishing I am considered an esoteric weirdo simply because I have never drawn a superhero. Well, today’s strip should change all that…» view comic
Our friend Susan Prior brought this one over yesterday.
Those of you planning to welcome Trick-or-Treaters should check out Bart’s appearance on the local morning show AM Northwest. His suggestions can make the whole experience so much more evil. Click on the picture labeled “Halloween Pranks.”
This one doesn’t have that much to do with the story, which is about dressing your pet up for Halloween, but the chance to draw Obama putting lipstick on a pig was too good to pass up. Published in the New York Observer.
The first comic in my new Anapest series, “Apple Festival” is a single panel comic that’s guaranteed to rhyme.