Monday, August 23, 2010

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Doodles!

Here are a few doodles I knocked out today.  I was at my parents' house the other day and found my old Redwall books. If you haven't read them, you really should. They're quite the thing for any young adolescent mind forming an idea of how the world works.  As an adult I now see all other people not as humans but as woodland creatures.  It inspired me to create this little drawing. You can interpret it as you wish, though I really meant nothing by it.


This one is a project I am going to start working on for a friend.  When it is complete I will share more.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Rome to Sora

This was on the bus after our first week in Rome, headed to the tiny country town of Sora.  Unfortunately, there was some mix up when we bought our bus tickets that became clear to us once we were on the road. When we asked for bus tickets to Sora the woman behind the counter must have thought we meant we wanted tickets that went kinda sorta to Sora.  Oh well. The driver and a few fellow passengers took pity on us and gave us directions to another busline that actually went there...but in Italian.  Eventually we found it. All ended well at the end of the day.

Coming Back

Well, people, I am officially back from vacation, back from my comic hiatus, back from laziness and procrastination.  With today's arrival of our new scanner comic making should be a lot smoother and a lot more consistent. So for the sake of starting back up again with any ol' thing here is a page from my journal that I sketched on the plane coming home.

I was ecstatic that we had as much room as we had on the relatively short flight from Naples to Munich.  I will forever be a fan of the German way of flying.  The other guy below was an American from Vegas we met in line in Naples, getting ready to check in for our flight. He had already checked in with Alitalia airline and thought he was line for security. (still don't have any idea how he could have mistaken the check-in for the security) He was already a borderline brusque fellow but he stopped holding back when he realized he'd wasted a good 45 minutes talking to us in line for Lufthansa.