Hey kids, it's a Saturday matinee double feature! This sketch was my attempt at designing a mascot for the local AAA minor league baseball team, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons. It's all moot now since they've left town and the fuggin' Yankees moved in. Maybe I'll pitch a mascot drawing of a huge schlong for them.
(Felt tip markers, design markers and brush on drawing paper.)
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Saturday, February 24, 2007
Friday, February 23, 2007
After seeing Stephen Reid's (Flintlockjaw) sketch of Bill Clinton over on his blog, I decided to move this scribble up in the "Goofy Sketch" rotation. This one features the former and future presidents back in the days when Bill was first running for President. Clinton always looked like his body was too big for his features. Remember when Hillary used to wear those headbands?
Take a look at Stephen's Bill Clinton here http://flintlockjaw.blogspot.com/
(Felt tip pen on scrap paper.)
This sketch was done around '84-85 for one of the company's textbooks on Private Security. It was supposed to represent a typical hood of the era. (All the criminal element types were into heavy metal back then, weren't they?)
(Rapidograph and brush colored with design markers.)
Thursday, February 22, 2007
Another bonus sketch . . . LUCKY YOU! To get into our building at work, you have to use a swipe ID card. It's just about automatic that the damn things crap out when the weather is the worst. This cartoon appeared in the company newsletter about 5 years ago.
(Rapidograph pen on drawing paper and colored in Photoshop.)
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
More bonus sketches! These next two were done in response to one of those employee empowerment programs we were forced to endure a few years ago. Don't even ask me what they're about.
(Sharpee and highlighters on scrap paper.)
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
I did this inane doodle after seeing a fire extinguisher hanging in the hall here at the office. I thought it was very odd that there was a sign just above it that read "Fire Extinguisher". Hell, if there was so much smoke to block out the extinguisher, then it would block out the sign too, right? Oh well. I figured if you're dense enough to need a sign telling what the extinguisher is, then you need a sign to ID the fire too.
(Sharpee on note pad.)
Monday, February 19, 2007
Here's a blast from the past. This is a quick doodle I did of the ball player Von Hayes. Hayes was this tall, thin left-hander that played for the Phillies back in the mid 80s. The Phils traded 5 guys for Hayes, who was thought of as the next Ted Williams. He never really panned-out, but I guess he was worthy of a sketch.
(Colored felt tips on scrap paper.)