Posts Tagged “Watercolor”
Originally published by Crowded Comics, June 7, 2012.
It was a big year for the UK. Summer Olympics, and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. This flotilla on the Thames was one of the festivities arranged for the Jubilee. Originally published by Crowded Comics, June 3, 2012.
Originally published by Crowded Comics, May 4, 2012.
Originally published by Crowded Comics, April 27, 2012.
This cartoon is about the Napoleon theme park France is planing to build. Originally published by Crowded Comics, March 31, 2012.
Originally published by Crowded Comics, March 1, 2012. I liked covering stories about Cuba, because Fidel is fun to draw.
This seems like a good picture for fall. Watercolor and ink. I painted it in September 2012.
This is the cover art for my upcoming children’s book, Lolly Poppet’s Lousy Year. Available for pre-order from Seventh Avenue Productions.
I always thought it would be fun to make one of those pictures with wacky perspective. Summer 2012.
July 2012. A simple watercolor of trees silhouetted against the sunset. The cat was AZ’s suggestion. Available on cards and stuff at Zazzle.
Watercolor of Greedo, the alien who is killed by Han Solo in the cantina in Star Wars: a New Hope. I didn’t use any pencil or ink to draw this–I started it and finished it with watercolors.
Watercolor of a gremlin, done in November 2011. I didn’t do any penciling on this one–just went straight to watercolors.
This is a watercolor I did for the $99 sale at The Soap Factory. August, 2011.