March 2009 Archive
These are two badasses. As you can see they are dangerous people and I would be wary of them. The one on the left has tattoos, which are dangerous indeed and the man on the right is on something and has long hair. I imagine the one on the left to be the cleverer one. The long hair would be a bit jittery and snigger and get nervous, swishing his hair around looking for the fuzz. The one on the left is called Tony.
The Joyful Bewilderment is going to Edinburgh, Scotland. There are a few less artists (90) because Scotland is smaller than England. It shall be wonderful though. Go and see all of the pictures at Analogue Books 28th March to 28th April 2009. See work by myself and
102 West Bow
In case you ain’t guessed it, my favourite thing to draw is faces. Here are a selection of the latest ones I’ve drawn.
This isn’t finished. It needs a snowscape or something. Don’t be thinking the girl is just some tourist. She had to kill that seal to feed her family. It’s her way of life you see, I’m not promoting beating seals to death. Also, she and her friends only choose seals who have done wrong.
I coloured this in on the computer for a change.
That’s right I’ve been having fun just now in 2009. Drawing on a little bit of parcel paper purely for enjoyment. I watched a horribly violent Japanese film last night and everyone had nice hair like these people. Some of them had a strange strip of baldness in the middle of the head combined with a ponytail. I may be losing my hair, so I’m weighing up the options. It’s either going to be a hat or transplant. Maybe a hatplant