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Tag: fantasy

Nov 20

new art> Whale Cowboy

This is a drawing with washes of brown ink I created and sold at Sketch Tuesday at 111 Minna in San Francisco. I like how it came out and am happy someone else can enjoy it. more info at: www.sketchtuesdays.com/

Nov 18

new art>Turtle-thingy

This is a watercolor I created and took too Sketch Tuesday at 111 Minna in San Francisco. I like how it came out. more info at: www.sketchtuesdays.com/

Oct 25

New Art: Tree Cutting Robot

A robot cutting wood. Maybe he is building a house. Pencil art colored in Photoshop. Click image for a bigger picture on Flickr.

Jul 24

My Latest Art: Kids on Campus 2010 notes and handouts

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Jul 23

Chabot College Kids on Campus 2010

I just finished my second week of teaching at the summer program at Chabot College for kids. The kids were awesome and did some nice work that can be seen on my Flick page….HERE To find out more about this fun summer program, visit: www.chabotcollege.edu/comed/kidsoncampus/kidsoncampus2010/ July 6-9 Cartooning: Heroes & Villains From dashing comic book …

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Jul 05

CAM Cartoon Boot Camp 2010 Beastie drawings.

Here are some drawings I did for Cartoon Boot Camp’s second week. It sure was a lot of fun. The class was at the Cartoon Art Museum. click for a bigger image on Flickr

May 08

New Art: Flights of fantasy

Here are some recent pencil drawing, with two of them using some Photoshop for some coloring. Click for a bigger image. First a page of clown faces: An alien sitar playing based on a cover of National Geographic from the 1970’s. And an elf warrior women riding on a rodent of some sort. What do …

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Sep 05

Rooting Tooting Pinoccho – part 1

This is a comic I created last month at the Cartoon Art Museum during a comic jam (CAM JAM 2 on 8/16/09) and at the San Francisco Zine Fest (8-22/23-09). The challenge: draw a mini comic that I could experiment and play around with without worrying about consistency and style. When I polled my friends …

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