I was working on a deisgn for my wife’s preschool classroom and this was one of the directions she didn’t want. I thought I would post it here.
Not sure what to call this but bird cage is about right. My wife has started looking for Christmas gift ideas this year and stumbled across something similar to this. It looked like fun to try making so I hit the garage after dinner and started cutting a little hunk of poplar. It was interesting, maybe fun, but I definitely learned a few things. Maybe after some fine tuning of the scroll saw, i might crank out some Christmas themed ones this year.
Today, Disney finally premiered their relaunch of Ducktales on their XD channel. It looks to be an interesting and fun take on the old adventures, with lots of easter eggs and connections to the old show. I thought I’d doodle up ol’ Unka Scoog (as Bubba would say) in the style of the new show.
The other day I saw an insurance shirt that said something like “I farm so you can eat.” I decided to rephrase it to something like this.
The other day my boys were able to get some video game time with their cousins and were playing some crazy thing called lethal league. It’s like ping pong on crack. I played the character Switch for a bit and was inspired to doodle this guy later that night.
I found this doodle in my sketchbook from a field trip I chaperoned a few months back. My pack of kids just wanted to stay at the lazy river most of the day. They even had these huge floating aligators they could float around on.
Amazon released an original show today that will be a cute adventure for all ages. They released a pilot a few months ago for user voting, which also ended up winning an daytime emmy award.
Doodled in Krita on my Surface Pro 3.
It’s got to be rough, spending your evenings saving the city, but then having to jump through hoops just to get a pizza delivered.
My oldest son envisioned an eclectic assemblage of characters for a birthday card he wanted to give someone, so we ended up making this.