My second in the punks with dogs series. Maybe one day I’ll have enough for a showing. I’ll call it “Punks with Dogs” and real punks can show up with their dogs and try and bum smokes from me and when I say truthfully I don’t have any they can mutter under their breath at me.
I tried to draw this a bunch of times and it has slowly gotten better and better. I still haven’t figured out how to draw Bellevue way the heck out there. Oh well. I like this one a lot, especially the crappy little cars. I really love my neighborhood.
A house warming gift for Cara and Tobias and their new house. Congratulations!
Hope you and yours had a good Xmas and are having a good new year. thank you
On 11/27/11 I wrote: “A friend asked me to draw out and design a Christmas card which showed her and her husband’s wild ride from Asheville, NC to Seattle, and all the stuff in between, in the style of the Family Circus and it’s famous dotted line gag and here’s is the result,”. Obviously at the time I needed more sleep before attempting to write sentences. I was in the midst of a grind at school, that felt like a 12 round fight and only today am I emerging victorious albeit fighting the onset of the “vacation just starting” cold. Now I will have two weeks to devote to my craft, my art, my calling, if you will. I can set aside academic excercises and wholly focus my energy, like a beam, upon the job at hand: planning, producing, crafting, and honing art that is poignant, timeless and full of meaning and depth.
Illustration for school assignment for article by Burkhard Bilger on David Eagleman’s study of time and your brain’s relation to it found here: www.newyorker.com/reporting/2011/04/25/110425fa_fact_bilger