Friday, May 22, 2015

Back in Pog Form!

Milhouse is one of my very favorite Simpsons characters, so I couldn’t resist drawing him for the Sketch Dailies “Milhouse” topic! And I drew inspiration from his classic "ALF pogs" line from season 7, because why not?

-Andrew

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

I Love Totoro

I combined two of this week's Sketch Dailies topics into one illustration--Totoro and Lucille Ball! (I mean, there was no way I could resist joining the Totoro topic. There's no end to my love for that movie!)

-Andrew

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Hipster Jenn

For the Sketch Dailies "Hipster" topic, here's a hipster version of Jenn!

-Andrew

Friday, May 01, 2015

Duck's Book! (Childhood Re-Draw)

Here's a new illustration based on a drawing I did as a small child.  The original art comes from a whole story I drew telling the story of "Duck", who buys a new book only to have it ruined in the rain as he's leaving the store. If you care to see every page of the childhood book, I posted it all (along with snarky commentary by adult me) here on my tumblr. Enjoy!

-Andrew


Friday, April 03, 2015

Bears, Beets...

Bears, Beets…(not pictured: Battlestar Galactica). It’s Dwight Schrute for today’s Sketch Dailies! 

-Andrew

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Alice VHS Dream

As the description attached to the actual image explains, this piece was inspired by a dream.

I was in an old, dark house where a witch-like lady showed me a poor quality VHS bootleg of Disney's 1951 "Alice in Wonderland" (one of my favorite Disney movies).  In the movie, there was a scene in which Alice visited the Evil Queen from Disney's "Snow White", hoping to find a spell that would take her home from Wonderland. The scene had a very dark and ominous tone, which was why it was cut from the official version of the movie. Supposedly the VHS I was being shown was the only known surviving copy of the unedited movie.

-Andrew
 
And just in case anyone cares, here's the original image without the bad VHS effects.

Monday, March 23, 2015

I'm So Happy...

Droopy for Sketch Dailies. In case you can’t tell, he’s very happy. 

-Andrew