I have been making all kinds of Cartoon Portraits for free, and publishing them on my Instagram. If you like me to draw you, I will add you to the queue, and I will draw yours for free also. All you need to do is ask! Just comment below, email me, tweet me, however you like. It has been a blast so far, and I have about 20 people that are patiently waiting in line, and I’m drawing as fast as I can, and I’m getting better. Yet, I would like to draw the portraits faster! Here’s my new plan:
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This should make it easier for people to help me out. When the amount reaches $100 I will spend on an Intous Creative Stylus, and I will draw using my iPad. This will take scanning, and coloring on the computer out of the process and will make it faster, and everyone will get a portrait for free, much faster. If you’re interested please take a look at the ones I have drawn below, and help.
Also, if you have any friends who wants their portraits drawn for free – let them know, tweet, share on Facebook, tumblr. I could really use your help. Thank you.
I understand that I’ve been in hiatus quite some time now, and neglected this blog. Yet, I haven’t neglected Spine one bit. I have been heavily at work at transforming the all 8 issues into a single graphic novel, which will be SPINE’s final form. First 6 issues are already available via unnamed press.com and other online retailers.
This is continuing the survival scenario from yesterday’s post. Volcano is covering the island with molten lava, it’s raining, and a cougar is launching at our heroine. She is defending herself with a spear.
While we were sitting at that cafe in Long Beach, Car began telling me the story she’s writing. Now, I don’t want to mention anything about that story here – except for the version I was imagining. Like this little girl worried stuck in quicksand, when the island is about to get covered in molten lava.
Not me, her.
We sat down at Portfolio Coffeehouse after our beach day, and talked about bunch of stuff. I kept drawing things we were saying, and it made it a lot of fun.
I went to Long Beach with Car on that day. It was so great to be laying on the sand in the warm weather… in 13th of December. I love Los Angeles.
I made this drawing of my friend Kailynn’s dog. Her dog’s name was Burger, and I thought this was an appropriate way to describe him. Continue reading