Wednesday, September 17, 2008

A Visit to the Archives.

I have been going through my files, and digging up some old examples of my work. Usually, when I see my past work, I cringe at all the things I did wrong with the piece. I did this illustration for a kids' magazine about 20 years ago, and actually, I still think it holds up pretty well. I am particularly proud that I inked the whole piece with a brush, no pens at all. I believe I  was paid the worldly sum of $25 for this. That was bad pay even back then.

This is just the tip of the iceberg of my previous work that I found today. In the upcoming days I will show you a lot of work from my past. Even my high school and Kubert School work.

The next few days may be a bit short on jocularity, but if I can give one art student a ray of hope that they will improve & things will get better, I will have done my job.

At the very least, you can enjoy how much I sucked!


Blogger Pepper Potts said...

I love this drawing. The facial expressions are priceless. Looking forward to seeing your other drawings.

September 18, 2008 at 12:19 PM  
Blogger John F said...


I had to go into the closet and dig out my Famous Artist's Cartoon Course after seeing this post/image.

You're displaying virtuoso chops here, sir.

Gorgeous stuff - post more!!

September 21, 2008 at 9:55 PM  

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