Wednesday, February 29, 2012
My book is still under way with Right After Then, but because I was feeling like I don't have enough on my plate I decided to restart Angry and Mad. Most of you probably have no idea what Angry and Mad is because I pretty much failed at it. It was my attempt at a web comic. I think it was funny but honestly I just sort of gave up on it. Things have changed, I think, and I am going to make www.angryandmad.com into a web comic site for Right After Then Design. We will feature a bunch of comic series, many of which will relate to the games and products we are working on. Hopefully the new site will be up soon.
Our show with The California Boys The California Boys (http://www.thecaliforniaboys.com) has come to a close, but these are some fun sketches from the show. Again, presented with some pictures of the costumers.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Here are just a few caricatures from a fair that I'm working with The California Boys (http://www.thecaliforniaboys.com) working right now. Since some people, namely Chris Chua, have complained that I don't ever take pictures of the actual person to compare, I have started to do so. So, here are a few of my caricatures with their human counter parts.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
There are a lot of "New Bags" going on right now. Lately I have been posting on the blog for the company my cousin and I started, Right After Then Design. We are working on a few projects, but the first for us to produce will be an illustrated short story I wrote called Yesterday Brings Today. You can check it out on our website http://www.rightafterthen.com or even on our Facebook page. I'm really excited about it, but I don't want to be redundant and post about it all here, so if you want to know more about it you'll have to check out with Right After Then.
So the next new bag to talk about is my new bag. I carry a bag with me pretty much everywhere with my drawing stuff and my iPad. My old one was made from a pant leg, and it served me well. But, it had gotten pretty worn out, it was starting to fall apart.
Ali (my lovely wife) encouraged me to make a new one, and so I spent a day putting together a new one full of lovely little pockets and cool bag things. I truly enjoy this new one, even though it's not made from pants.
The last new bag here is some experimentation with caricatures. Ali and I are working a fair with some really great artists. So, I am trying to move forward and get better. I'll keep posting with these experiments.
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