Happy Halloween. I took yesterday's sketch and turned it into a digital image.
I drew this in Adobe Illustrator.
The trick-or-treaters will be coming tomorrow. Are you ready? I thought of a clown as the main character because I've known a few friends who are not afraid of any characters... except clowns.
I drew this in my sketchbook with a mechanical pencil.
A stump speech sounds... well, wooden, dead, kaput. What about the rest of the tree? Why cut down a tree just so someone can babble on and on? That's what a blog is for. Get with the times!
From my sketchbook, 0808, page 130.
I can't wait for the election to be over. The ads are running fast and furious. Everybody is saying how awful their opponent is. Is there anything good to say? will everybody be able to kiss and make up once this is all over? I sure hope so.
Drawing for Illustration Friday's word: "Repair." Frankenstein tries to repair the monster. The monster isn't thrilled about the ideal.
I used this illustration to experiment with using flat shading and no lines. I also made liberal use of layer masks in Adobe Illustrator to use the shading in the shadows.
I was thinking about those clear, star-lit nights when I've taken the dog out. The other night, I heard a scream in the distance.
I don't know if someone was serious, if it was some kids joking around or even if it was really a human scream. It was too far away to tell and it blended with distant freeway traffic and a train whistle. So much for a peaceful night! Then again, it was perfect for an October night.
I drew the illustration in Adobe Illustrator.
Old guy meets his jack O'Lantern twin.
This was drawn in Adobe Illustrator CS3.
"I'm dedicating this to Blake, who came out of surgery yesterday. Go get 'em, Tiger!
Drawing I did for Illustration Friday. The word was "late."
All the work was done in Adobe Illustrator CS2.
Cartoon. Boy with bandage over dollar to dad, “Now that I fixed the economy, can we talk about something else?”
On this cartoon, I experimented with no line work and just shading for the figures.
All my cartoons are available for purchase and use in print, and electronic use.
Drawing of a goofy bird. It's based on sketchbook 0808, page 92.
I'm giving ";Drawing a Day" another try. Come on, Kevin! You can do it!
I drew this in Adobe Illustrator CS3
This is a sketch right out of my book. I had to add the type so it would be readable. Those camera phones aren't the sharpest tools in the shed, but at least you can see the drawing.
Cartoon: One dog to another, "I feel called to be a missionary to cats."
Cartoon of two boys. One has string attached to waist. That boy says, "My mom still has a hard time letting go." Submitted to Illustration Friday under the word, "Strings."
Thank you card I drew for my in-laws. It fit the bill for Illustration Friday's theme "Sugary." I drew this with ink and color pencil.
BTW: Thanks, Mom and Dad.
I illustrated this activity for this page. This is in pen and ink with a crow quill pen. There are six items hidden in the picture; an oil lamp, rope, donkey, Bible and ladybug.
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