Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Logo Go Go

This is a logo for Wichita stories featuring both Wichita and Tuff-Girl, and I’ve come around to thinking that most Wichita stories are probably going to feature both. Of course, Making that sound like a rule is only going to be a challenge to come up with stories about Wichita solo adventures.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Disneyland at 57

“Happy 57th Birthday, Disneyland!”
digital color over scan of pen on paper
8.89cm  x  10.16cm (3.50"  x  4.00")

Monday, July 16, 2012


SDCC, July 11-14, 2012 – Cartoon Network 20th Birthday Celebration, Jett Gallery, San Diego

Read about it and see more commemorative art at Mark Murphy’s “Scribble 08” blog:

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Cartoon Network 20th Birthday Exhibtion

Monkeys Versus Robots

Jett Gallery in San Diego will be exhibiting over 75 unique pieces celebrating Cartoon Network’s 20th Birthday during this year’s run of San Diego ComicCon International.

WED – July 11 – 11am to 5 pm
THURS – July 12 – 11am to 5pm
FRI – July 13 – 11 to 5pm
SAT – July 14 – 11 am to 8pm

Admission to the gallery each day if free to the public, all ages.

Located in the heart of “Little Italy”
989 West Kalima Stree, San Diego, CA, 92101
More detailed information can be found at Mark Murphy’s Scribble 08 blog.

My own entry, Monkeys Versus Robots, will be presented as a framed, poster-sized print of the digitally composed and colored final image (above). A framed companion piece presents the original pencil, ink on board art as well as a legend identifying the monkeys and robots as a pseudo boxing match fight poster.

If nothing else, judging by the peeks found on Mark’s blog, Monkeys Versus Robots might stand out by featuring the most “on-model” representation of the Cartoon Network’s characters.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Book Collector

Heroes Convention, June 2012 - In a 60-minute sprint Sunday afternoon I found and picked up a few things in addition to my usual random 1970s dollar bin finds and loose toys:

Mr. Mysto’s Wizard Academy: Simple Magic & Stunts
as revealed to John Carney
Illustrations by Stephanie Gladden
by Mr. Mysto

The Collection of the Ultimate Uko Girl, vol. 1
by Uko Smith

Silent Orchid Studio