Saturday, October 11, 2008


A Bison skeleton drawn from life at the Auckland Museum, then a bunch of sketches I referenced from photos (trying to cartoon them up a bit), and lastly an unreferenced self portrait of myself drawing on the Cintiq that I did on the Cintiq at work.

I stumbled across a completely amazing 21 year old artist yesterday named Rebecca Sugar. Her style is both lively and spontaneous and technically accomplished, and she's also a most talented writer! This is evidenced in her quirky and affecting 12 page comic Don't Cry For Me, I'm Already Dead and her ongoing series Pug Davis. One is a short story about two brothers that love to quote the simpsons, and the other chronicles the epic space adventures of the mighty dog-person-thing Pug Davis and his camp sidekick Blouse. To top it all off she is a wonderful animator, and has a couple of pieces of her work up on her Youtube channel. You best be clicking those links!


Cory said...

That Bison is so TIGHT! Man, J, you inspire me to push mine so much more.
........but where are the dino skele studies?

C.B. Canga said...

these are awesome

Tom Scholes said...

woohoo great stuff! Love the bison.