Tuesday, April 26, 2016

100th Post!

I want to thank everyone who has taken the time to check out my blog, especially my small smattering of followers.  Duck-Duck-Gorilla has given me a way to share everything from loose sketches to finished illustrations in a very free form, non-sequitur kind of way that I adore.

Duck-Duck-Gorilla is as much a playground for me as it is a safe haven…a place to play to my strengths or work on areas I feel I need the most practice without anyone looking over my shoulder or needing to meet anyone's expectations but my own.

For lots of silly reasons I've been unable to show any of my professional work here.  I'm hopeful that will change in the coming months so my blog will begin to reflect a more comprehensive picture of my work.

Until then, I promise to continue my usual random, intermittent postings of incomplete and half-started projects that fall heavily on the side of silly, playful goofiness with a dash of comic book nerd obscurity and a healthy dose of my inexplicable love of all things Roller Derby.

So Thank You Again…And Please Stay Tuned!!  I feel like I'm just getting started.

Your Pal,
Duck-Duck-Gorilla



Thursday, April 21, 2016

Go Figure…

Here are a few random background figures for a current project I'm working on. #WIP #characterdesign #illustration

Friday, April 1, 2016

Penguin Shuffle

Still learning to put one foot in front of the other. #drawing #sketchbook #RankinBass #penguin

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Matrice

New character design for an old project I still hope to get off the ground one day.  It was fun working in vector again, utilizing hard cuts instead of a rendered approach . #wip #characterdesign #Matrice

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Chicks, Man

Which did I draw first…the chicken or the egg?  I'll never tell.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Making Friends

There are a lot of fun drawing challenges on Twitter. This is a quick sketch and ink wash I created for @PinchPuchPost, which chooses a new animal every first of the month for artists to interpret…this was for #Whale.