Another ancient picture I’ve unearthed. I must’ve drawn this one in 1981 or so, when the world was in the throes of the Pac-Man fever pandemic that we, as Americans, still haven’t quite recovered from.
Further proof that my girlfriend is several shades more creative than I. A cookiefied rendition of the game Katamari Damacy.
Several years ago I worked at a book publisher that specialized in books for psychologists and psychiatrists and the like. Given that there was only three or four hours of actual work for me to do on any given day, I have a crapload of drawings I did during this time. I remember having this picture left on the pad on my desk overnight. The next day, the bosses’ wife had a post-it attached to it that said ‘No you don’t’. I thought that was kind of funny. The boss was a retired psychologist and sometimes he’d give me these knowing looks. It was great.
Jeez. What a letdown. Being in Tampa, I knew for about a week that Wilma wasn’t going to hit us directly, but I kinda wanted to see some shit flying around. Some rain and wind. Boring. Anyhow. At 2 in the morning on the 24th, our power went out briefly. Being horribly dependent on technology and such, me and k.t had to find something to do.
With the candles and flashlights going, we made some shadow puppets onto pieces of paper. This is what I converted a simple outline into. Weird.
These notebook pages I found at work one day. They were all together as if some child decided they didn’t want the pages in the book anymore. I’m not too sure which page I like better. I like the, I guess, shopping list on the lower left. You can’t get a sling without some suntan lotion. I’m turning into a goet, that’s awesome. I wish I saw this kid when they were in the store where I work. I have a feeling they were ’special’.
I freaking love zombie movies. Love them. That being the case, I like to draw zombies a lot. A lot. Here’s a nice skinless one I drew a year or so ago. Zombies rule. There’s been a sudden popularity in Hollywood to make some zombie movies, you know, for the kids. My favorite zombie movie is still the original Night of the Living Dead. Number two would have to be Dead Alive for sheer gore factor. Check it out if you haven’t seen it. Fantastic movie from Peter Jackson before he started effing around with hobbits and such.