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Watercolor sketch of the courtyard in front of Bottineau Library in Northeast Minneapolis. Drawn and painted on October 14, 2013.
Watercolor & ink painting of Nidhogg, the mythological creature who gnaws the roots of Yggdrasil, the Norse world tree.
Watercolor and ink. Finished April 16, 2013.
Some public parks in Minneapolis have trees with little doors in them. We pretend elves and trolls live in them. Kids like to leave little treasures inside for the elves.
Here are watercolor sketches of the four main characters on The IT Crowd: Moss, Roy, Jen, and Douglas. I painted them on 12/12/12! The paper didn’t take the paint very well, so the colors came out kind of mottled.
“Overnumerousness,” a Moss line from the Countdown episode.
Roy’s refrain throughout the series: “Hello, IT. Have you tried turning it off and on again?”
One of Jen’s euphemisms in the Aunt Irma episode: “I’ve fallen to the Communists.”
“You there, computer man! Fix my pants!” is from the “Tramps Like Us” episode, which may be the funniest thing I’ve seen, ever. I think Douglas was actually wearing a jacket and tie in that scene, but I drew him in just a shirt.
…with Indiana Jones. Originally published by Crowded Comics, September 28, 2012.
(the kind you eat, not the Charles Schulz Peanuts). Originally published by Crowded Comics, October 19, 2012.
London Olympics! Claressa Shields won the first U.S. gold medal in women’s boxing. Originally published by Crowded Comics, August 10, 2012.