Monday, October 18, 2010
My sisters new improv show is coming up and I am working on some new posters and promotional material. Here are the 6 episode punch card one side the sherif [edit: Sheriff] star the other side a gun cylinder that can be punched for every show you attend. Quite clever I must say I wish it was my idea. The owner of The Park Theatre came up with it but I think the execution is quite nice in this case. Thanks to my lovely wife for coming up with the colour scheme.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Here is a drawing of a tweed wearing gent plummeting down a hill on a steam powered velocipede.
(Latin for "fast foot") is an umbrella term for any human-powered land vehicle with one or more wheels. The most common type of velocipede today is the bicycle.
I've been reading and watching a lot of Steampunk material lately. I have even taken to calling things that I think are neat "steampunk" even if by definition they are not. It drives my wife crazy. Which in turn makes it more enjoyable for me. It's so steampunk.
As with many of my sketches I have intentions of working this up into a larger finished piece so keep and eye out for it.
Thursday, October 7, 2010
This is a page I did of a bunch of monkey's. I don't think this will surprise most people as I draw monkey's and their bits quite a lot. I have to start digging into my sketchbook for the sketchbook project I accidentally left it in my bag at my in-laws and have not put anything in it for a while. I want to get it done I'm getting to that point where I want to start doing other projects and that is dangerous for me. Good thing is I know what I want to sketch in it next... but you will all have to wait.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Listen to the podcast here: http://www.canadashistory.ca/getdoc/1e13c7ea-1362-4235-b5e5-37c958e0992b/default.aspx
This is the second part of my interview with acclaimed graphic novelist and illustrator Scott Chantler. Here we discuss Scott's newest graphic novel Two Generals a non fiction account of his grandfathers experiences in WWII. I had great time talking with Scott my first interview was my very first podcast and in my opinion I was a bit stiff. I relax in this interview and Scott opens up and gives some very interesting information about his new book.
Hope you enjoy.