I made a motivational poster to hang above my computer. It speaks of two obvious keys to success: Lifting weights and making things. Hence the phrase, get huge and push content. It’s kind of like “sound body, sound mind”, right?
Cat Falling Silhouettes
Just as the title suggests, I drew three silhouettes of a cat falling. I used Sharpie markers and a huge piece of cardboard paper that I found at Costco. The cashier didn’t even think twice about giving it away for free. Little did he know that I would create something magical with it. Here are a few photos of the process.
Plant Drawing Triptych
I’m working on three mini potted plant drawings for my mom’s birthday. She has a lot of plants in her house so it seems fitting (and safe) to make these. The drawings are colored pencil and thin tip Sharpie on off-white paper.
Why spend Easter dying eggs when you can Sharpie them instead? Here are a few eggs (minus the one on the far right in the last picture) that I created yesterday. Note: Empty candle holders are surprisingly good egg stands.
Werewolf & Rabbit Drawing
A friend asked me to do a drawing for his living room. We brainstormed some ideas and came up with an interesting concept: A werewolf serving dinner to a rabbit. I used oil pencil and sharpie to construct this scenario as accurately as possible. Overall, I think it turned out okay. See below.
SHERIFF & SPECIAL DEPUTY BADGES
In order to prepare for this week’s Western-themed Yelp Elite event, I created two old timey badges using cardboard and a black sharpie. Law enforcement is nothing to joke around about - these badges are official.
A cartoon made with a black sharpie, a notepad and two leaves found in Central Park. It’s short and nonsensical, but I hope you enjoy. The name plays off of the fun fall activity commonly known as leaf peeping. If for some odd reason you’d like to share it with friends, you can view the full cartoon as one image here.