Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Bright Eyed and Bushy Tailed

Michele Bachman has some of the most piercing, intense eyes I've ever seen.  Hope I captured them in this piece as I work my way through the Republican candidates.  Have a happy week everyone!  God bless!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011


This is part of what I hope to be a recurring theme on the blog...a "SKETCH OFF" between some buddies to stay inspired.  Back in a previous life, we were members of a site called "Drawergeeks".  The premise was to have a topic every two weeks at the end of which would feature a gallery of sketches and doodles from some really talented folks who'd been invited to participate.  Life, as is its way, took many of us in different directions, and the site eventually retired.  But I loved the idea of a broad topic with a tight time constraint.  

So, today's topic was "retirement".  We had to start and finish the sketch over our lunch break and have it posted before 1:30.  As my lunch break is now over, I present to you all my doodle.

God bless!
By the way...check out my friend, Nelson Gonzalez' piece here.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Merry Christmas!

Here's a poster I did for my church, First Baptist Orlando, for their "Singing Christmas Trees" program.  The concept was to have the "Grandpa" character telling his grandson about the true meaning of Christmas despite its getting crowded out with so many other things.  George Livings, who art directed the piece, wanted to integrate the cross amongst the chaos on the tree.  So after a few sketches, I settled on using garland and lights to incorporate the cross into the design.  

This was a TON of work, but seriously one of the most fun projects I've had the privilege to do.

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Twi-Hards Unite!

Yeah, I know, I won't even post the excuse that I watch these movies because of my wife because no one would believe me. wouldn't be true, because I LOVE them.  They are the single most fun movies to watch in years.  Don't believe me?  If you've ever watched "Mystery Science Theatre 3000", then you know just how much fun it is to watch awful, terrible, and painful movies like "Twilight" with a lampooning backtrack and commentary.  

Is it mature?  No.
Is it hilarious?  Oh yes.

Enjoy this brooding lunch break doodle of Edward "Constipated" Cullen.