Just finished a poster for the slide guitar demon known as Bob Log III. I’ve been lucky enough to see him on three occasions, and he tore the house down each time. If you’re in town that night, come on down to the Windsor! You won’t regret it, my friends.
And yes, that’s a phone receiver, which is attached to a helmet. How else is he gonna sing to you while playing the guitar, bass drum, and cymbals simultaneously?
A piece on bullying, done for the April 10th issue of The Manitoban.
I was basically asked to draw two adults in a bullying/victim situation. For the victim, I went with pink in recognition of Pink Shirt Day’s origin. The bully is yellow, because I think most of us can agree that deep down, a lot of bullies are cowards, or “yella” in the cowboy vernacular.
I don’t get very personal on this here blog, but I thought I’d draw this for fun and share it here. It’s a note to self, and a self-caricature.
I drew these speakers for a poster, but decided that they were unnecessary to the design in the end. Not complaining though, they were fun to draw.
I drew seven Super Mario-related illustrations for The Manitoban recently. You can see ‘em all over here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/elnegro/sets/72157632709100503/
Drawing cars is not my forté, so I looked forward to the challenge of depicting some. They’re not based on any particular cars, and that might be apparent. Still, I think I was successful in saying “car,” don’t you think?
For the heck of it, I started a new board in my Pinterest profile for vehicles I need to draw. Collecting the photos may be more fun than drawing them, but that’s the pill I gotta swallow!
Wanna read the feature? Go here: http://issuu.com/themanitoban/docs/5december2012/15
Here’s an illustration I did for this week’s Manitoban of Royce White. The Houston Rockets player has anxiety disorder and a fear of flying, so I tried to be sensitive (as I was asked to be, plus mental illness is a real issue with folks close to me), but still get the idea across. I really had to resist putting the shadow of a plane in there. I still think it works.