Monday, January 24, 2011


Ahhhh, life drawing! Dr. Sketchy's in Anaheim was welllll worth the $15. The host was hilarious and very charismatic, the model was beautiful and all dolled up, and there were a lot of artists there (always a good sign!!) I'll be going back again. The drawing above was the best one from the night. It took a while to loosen up but I'm pleased enough with how this piece came out.

Poor Hummingbird

Anthony and I found a little hummingbird, who had accidentally flown into our apartment, and was desperately trying to get out via the window pane. Poor thing, he was only five feet from the open door in which he had flown, but he still fhummed up and down the window, unable to get out. So Hummingbird Rescuer-man came to the... rescue:

And he got that little bird outta there. Yay Hummingbird Rescuer-man!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Karate Kids

Here's the scoop. The book is finished! I've concluded my part in a great children's book about Karate and what Karate is all about. The book is called, "Quiet Voice, Loud Voice". In part, it talks about the basics of Karate, and it also talks about a young boy's experience with some bullies, and how he uses the values of Karate to solve his problem.

Here's a spread from the book. When it's available, I will let everyone know, and there will be a book release party to celebrate!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

NEW Book

I'm going to start my OWN book. Period. I've had an idea for about two years. It's time to get started because I've wanted to do it for the longest time, but I've been waiting till I was... "ready".

I'll do some sketches today? Maybe tomorrow. Keep your eye balls peeled, kids!

Thursday, January 6, 2011


Hi all. I've a few things to report. Great things happening to the band. Good Girls and Smokers is recording this weekend up in LA, and we have a great gig coming up. You can find us on twitter and facebook. More on that to come. And possibly some album artwork, show posters, etc.

A little silly illustration I did: