Some sketches of Greek statues from a current exhibit at the Portland Art Museum.
Extreeeeeeemely delayed portraits for Kickstarter backers.
An anniversary commission.
Aaand some anteaters. Because AWWW.
Oh blogitty blog how I’ve been neglecting you…
For those that aren’t aware, I’m in California for the next month churning out the latest issue of Baggywrinkles and working on some other secret comics projects. Comics vacation, if you will.
Freelance jobs have kept me pretty busy, so here’s a bundle of stuff from that plus some doodles to be going on with. I’ve got a Reed-related comic coming out for you later today or tomorrow, as well as an exciting conclusion to the Chacos saga, but those will have to wait until next week.
In the meantime, here’s some stuff!
Portraits for families and couples…
Logo designs for family…
Landscape sketching from a trip to Bellingham…
Reflections on leaving Portland…
And a mess of everyday stuff from being home, watching Game of Thrones for the first time, seeing ParaNorman in theaters (AWESOME, AMAZING, INCREDIBLE, GO RIGHT NOW), practicing tigers, getting stung by a yellowjacket, etc.
(My leg is STILL swollen three days later. Jerks.)
I think that’s it? Maybe? There’s a bunch of other stuff I don’t have permission to share yet, so this’ll have to do for now. Remember you can keep tabs on my less formal Internet movements on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr. In the meantime, have a lovely weekend!
The semester is almost over, which means it’s time to throw the fruits of my classtime labor up on the Internet for all to see. I was feeling frustrated with my ability to capture good likenesses of people, so for the last three months I’ve been drawing students from two of my conferences at Reed. Here’s the compiled batch of them.
In other news, for those of you following the progress of the Kickstarter campaign, things have gone through the roof. We hit our fundraising goal in just FIVE HOURS, and then kept on climbing.
With such extraordinary results, I’ve had to rethink my goals for the campaign. It’s looking like the excess funds will go towards a brand new, long-form project, which is really thrilling. Expect an update on that soon.
For now, to everyone who has spread the word, chipped in, and helped fuel the stratospheric success of this project:
I can’t thank you enough. Let’s make the remaining time even more amazing.