Since the boys don’t have school on Monday we decided to watch Up on Netflix after dinner tonight, so I scratched this out during the movie.
Archive for May, 2010
The best part about Memorial day weekend is the pools opening up. When I took the boys to the pool today, my youngest did a crazy belly flop, which reminded me of the old Goofy short films. I remember when I was a kid my dad would always do Goofy’s noise whenever he’d dive in a pool or we’d be on a roller-coaster. Great summer memories!
I always wish that I could draw awesome things with all these little neat details, but I can never come up with them. This idea was way cooler in my head, but when I got it down on paper, it still feels really plain.
I ran across this hilarious youtube video by Daneboe, where the Sonic the Hedgehog and Pac-man games were mashed together.
I haven’t drawn a robot for a while, so I thought the web-slinger could use a little treatment. I tried to keep it really simple, which is actually pretty difficult for me.
No one ever thought that Skip would get far from home, but with a handful of bed sheets and an old stove, the sky was the limit.
For some reason when I was trying to think of something to draw, I thought of this. It works out to be a good pun, which I’m fond of. Yee Haw!
On the season finale of The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon seems to have been introduced to his female equal. Now we have to wait months to see what happens next.
Don’t feel much like doodling today. On the way out of the campgrounds, I got too close to the edge of the drive and when vans tire slipped off the asphalt it laid it into the guardrail. The passenger side looks pretty ugly, but the no one was hurt, and the damage all seems to be cosmetic. sucks…
Tonight the boys and I are going camping so my wife can have a ladies shindig at the house with some of her friends who flew in for the weekend. So after the boys fell asleep and I was trying to think of what to doodle, our oldest had brought one of his Bone books, so I drew him roasting a hot dog. He seems luckier then we did, since it started raining as soon as we got done eating.
After drawing that mask a few days ago, I remembered that I had recorded the Scooby Doo – Samurai Sword movie awhile ago, and I never got a chance to watch it. I’ll have to cut out all the commercials and add it to the collection.
Our youngest got this cool LEGO Star Wars Attack Shuttle so now it seems I keep finding all these LEGO clone troopers scattered around the house. I fear he has a big Power Miners set coming in the mail from his aunt too.
I was asked to draw a Japanese demon mask for a logo or something so this is what I came up with. It’s based pretty heavily off the Blue Spirit mask from Avatar:TLA. Hopefully they will like it…
Just a funny thought that popped in my head. I probably should have made him a little more cartoony though.