Friday, March 12, 2010

Self Portrait Scribble Shade

Self Portrait! This was actually supposed to be the second drawing of a three part series. The other two drawings do not include me. Unfortunately I wasn't really happy with the first drawing in the series so it may just turn into a two part series. Part two coming eventually

I'm not entirely sure what's going on in this picture, but I may be removing my sweater. Pretty erotic, no? If you like it the way it looks, wait till you see it in super saturated mode.

(to view in super saturated mode please scroll down)


And if you're in Portland tonight you should come to the Doug Fir to see Mighty Tiger, Grand Hallway, and Cabinessence. Perhaps you've seen my flier for it around town. If you haven't, here's a black and white version of it!

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Mountain Goat Scribble Shade

This one came out a little sloppier than the other two. I'm really enjoying working on this old faded scrapbook paper. It's less intimidating than plain artist paper.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Rhino Scribble Shade

Well I guess that trend didn't last too long. I wonder if this guy is related to Casey?

This was drawn on the pages of an old scrapbook that I purchased at the Vancouver Goodwill Outlet Store (the Bins). Hence the old tape residue at the top. Don't be surprised if you see a few more like these coming up.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Sleepy Scuffz

Remember when I drew other things besides animals in old timey clothing? Well here's a weird portrait of Scuffz that I did the other night. I think I made her eyes too big.

In other news I'm happy to announce that my animal portraits and stories will be featured in the next issue of Dewclaw, an independently published literary journal based in Seattle, WA. Click the link to preorder this issue (only $8) and to check out the awesome woodblock print cover made by Portland's own Stephanie Brachmann.