Thursday, July 8, 2021

Non-Dry Grad School Caricatures

Hope to soon be back to live caricature drawing events again. For 2 years, live grad events have been booked and cancelled due to the pandemic. Still managed some distance grad caricatures -(thanks to schools & parents who reached out). Here's a few examples.

Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Group Caricature

Had fun doing this family caricature for friends I hadn't seen in a long time. Was great to see them again, (even if just in photos).

Monday, July 5, 2021

80's - 90's Animation Reel

 Figured I'd start to update the blog by cleaning out my sock drawer and posting the oldest stuff I have. Will post recent stuff as time allows to compile it. Thanks for dropping by.

Sunday, July 4, 2021

Garageband Album: "Cornutopia"

 Hi viewers. Haven't touched my blog in almost a decade, (almost forgot it was there). Hope to have some time this summer to update it - starting with this Garageband album made over May & June. It's long & rough, but had fun making it. Would like to make a more polished one if the chance arises.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Khatsahlano Festival

Where's she going? To the W. 4th street party. Here's the poster for drawing the hipsters in eyewear at the Clearly Contacts caricature booth yesterday. Lot's of fun in the unrelenting sun.

Sunday, December 29, 2013


Hi viewers

Been so belligerent, I forgot to blog for the last few years, so will try to catch up. This is NOT a 'New Year's resolution', but more of a 'New Year's momentary notion' - so don't hold me to it, it's not OFFICIAL.

This Christmas I did some caricatures that were to be iced onto cookies, (a new one for me). Luckily someone else did the baking. Elves, I think.

inedible version

see you next year.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Roger Ebert

Very saddened to hear of the passing of Roger Ebert. He was by far the sharpest commentator around & a very class act. Our condolences to Chaz & company.

This has happened to me many times  - I'm surfing round the net for the obscure & cool stuff no one knows, but I love -  Walt Kelly, Jacques Tati... - among the 3 or 4 comments left by various eccentric internet epicureans there'll be Roger Ebert with a brilliant comment that I wish I could have written. A man was ubiquitous, with excellent taste & judgement all round.

A couple of years ago, through a mutual friend (thanks Marie!). the Eberts asked if I could make them a  little title card for their show - in a Saul Bass or Third Man theme, (it can never get cooler than that!!!). It's short, but here it is:

You can't top this quote from roger from the NY Times:

"His credo in judging a film’s value was a simple one: “Your intellect may be confused, but your emotions never lie to you.”