Sunday, May 31, 2015

Meet the Artist

First I was tagged by a friend for the "Meet the Artist" thing that's going around, and then before I got around to doing one it became a Sketch Dailies topic...so now I've finally made one! So! Meet me!

-Andrew

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.