Thursday, July 24, 2014

Some new and old art for sale in the shop

I've added the recent piece "The King in Yellow" to my Etsy shop as well as a small handful of older and newer drawings. All of them are pictured below in this post, so head over to the shop if there are any you'd like to give a new home to.







Tuesday, July 22, 2014

THE WEIRD: The King in Yellow

11 inches by 14 inches
acrylic paint and ink on watercolor paper
July 21, 2014


(I don't often do this kind of thing, but after watching the entirety of the decent but massively overhyped True Detective on DVD, I was reminded of how much I love "weird" literature. That inspired me to do this drawing of the King in Yellow, touching on many things from the original cover to the Robert W. Chambers book to Harry Clarke.)

Good mail.

Yesterday was a good day to go to the mailbox.











Two packages, five wonderful things. From left to right above, Josh Bayer's drawing of Doink the Clown (a reward for supporting his Kickstarter campaign for Suspect Device #4), the comics Suspect Device #3 and #4 and the art zine Drawings You Want by Josh Bayer and a host of brilliant cartoonists, and the DVD The Groove Tube.

A closer look at Josh's Doink.


And a great bit from The Groove Tube.

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Groening's Sun.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)




Friday, July 18, 2014

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The Comet Do-Barti.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)


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Homerhead 5 and Homerhead 6.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)


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Purple Simpson.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)


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The Comet Bart-Kohoutek.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)


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Marge with Wings.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)


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The Comet Green-Lisa.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)


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Head of a Simpson 3 and Head of a Simpson 4.

(Compare to this piece from the same sketchbook.)