Monthly Archives: September 2010
No particular inspiration today. Just felt like pulling out an old character. Radar, this rabbit, has been around since I was doodling in college. This one made Andrew’s Wall. Of course it did… it has a dog in it.
Andrew tickled me when I asked him about this one. He thought the boy was jumping into fire. I can see his point; as far as abstractions go, a pile of leaves and a pile of fire look similar. I … Continue reading
Inspired by just about everything Andrew draws. He frequently draws our entire family. He said that he didn’t like this one because I forgot our dog, which – of course – he never does.
I ask Andrew what he thinks of these every day. Sometimes he says he likes them, but most of the time, his answer is “not really.” I asked him what he means and he said, “I only like the dog … Continue reading
No inspiration for this one. I spent the first hour of the morning drawing and this was the first thing to come out of my head. I drew the first pig and the drawing seemed empty, so I added a … Continue reading
The dinosaur in this one is Edmund; the title dinosaur in Edmund the Fire Man. I need practice drawing these guys… I’m not sure his legs are bending the right way.
Have I mentioned that I love bugs? This love – slowly but surely – is rubbing off on Andrew. Millipedes are my favorites. Nevertheless, he deemed today’s “gross.” I’ve wanted to draw a more serious version of this one for … Continue reading
This made Andrew’s favorites wall. I’m pleased with the rolling hills, mountains and sky.
Inspiration taken indirectly from Shaun the Sheep, which the boys found on NetFlix. Kinda got in a hurry on this one.