Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Procrastinate more!!

Okay, I know I SHOULD be working on Starlets stuff. But when that starts to get old, these things happen:

And here's some stuff from Edward Gorey night at the Drawing Club.

I haven't ink washed in a long time, so it was nice to get to do it again.

Friday, October 19, 2007

To the rescue!

Here's an eyeful of Audrey:

And a work in progress for the Rankinstein.com index page:

Starlets thumbnails continue, more to come later!

Friday, October 12, 2007

Drawing Club goes punk

At about 4 in the afternoon, I was mentally preparing for another evening of Starlets thumbnails when our BG supervisor came into my office and told me that the Drawing Club theme this week was punk biker chick.
I HAD to set the Starlets aside.
After two hastily consumed burritos and a beer, I sat down for three hours straight and drew this great model while listening to The Clash, Madness, the Ramones and (of course) the Sex Pistols.

Before leaving, I heard of ANOTHER place that had life drawing Wednesday nights. I'll post more info when I get it.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Kinetic grievance

...or: "Zorn Whacks a Robot"

Another post-it post today. There's something I just LOVE about drawing really small.
I'm thumbnailing out the B-Movie Starlets book, so I'll update with cool snippets at they arrive.


Thursday, October 04, 2007

New sketch, old mistake

ALWAYS remember, kids. Leave enough room for the whole image.
Here's Cindy from her Lacrosse days:

Without being able to see the basket, though, she could be toting a rake, a flag, or a really long-handled plunger.
Maybe if I didn't hold the book sideways??

Monday, October 01, 2007

Hallo Oktober!

Yes, it's that time of year again! The air's a little crisper, the sky's a little clearer, and there's a little bit of magic in everything!

I sketched this one today. Still going to ink more and tone, but I figured I'd put it up as a work in progress.
I'm not sure what this little guy did to make Cindy so mad, but I'm sure he won't be doing it again!

Here's a freelance deal I've been working on for Evolution, a rock band. I was given carte blanche to give them a certain trademark that's easily remembered. I thought prehistoric skulls and bones would be cool.

(too bad about the copyrights everywhere, but you can't be too careful these days. Just ask that Diorio kid)

The Starlets script is almost done! Expect some pages to be up before the end of the month!