Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Well, after an incredibly busy summer I finally managed to get some more crap doodled and posted. The only drawing I like on this first page is the bearded guy in the hat on the far right. I copied him from some Disney book I had laying around.
I'm thinking about actually trademarking sweaty heads so that I'm the only one allowed to draw them. Maybe just trademarking ugly would work as well.
Charlie Brown is covering up probably the stupidest and most embarrasing thing I've ever drawn. Seriously, it was one of those drawings that made me question if I should keep drawing anymore at all. But as long as it's not visible it doesn't exist.
More random ugliness and weirdness, I promise not to take 2 months until my next post. Thanks guys!

6 comments:

Bob Flynn said...

Dave. You're KILLING us! What's behind Charlie? ;)

Great set of pages, as always.

this just in said...

I agree with Bob, Dave. I DYING to know what made your censor/shame flag fly!!! Please reveal it! I'll post something embarrassing too, if you reveal it! Puh-leeeeeaaaase...

:)

I just love looking at your doodles. There's something about that angry book that I love! I keep imaging your doodles moving, too. Can you imagine them animated? Wow! All that sweat...pouring off their little crazed heads. I'd love to see some crazy woodsman trying to chop one of your tree people, too! :D

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this just in said...

sorry...I accidentally posted my comment TWICE. I'm such a screw-up... ;)

David DeGrand said...

Thanks guys! Maybe I'll post the crappy drawing in a future post, but I'll tell you it was a quick design concept for a friend that turned out WAAAAYY wrong. It was my attempt at drawing a sea turtle and a dolphin without looking at any reference, and the results were wretched. It may not be that bad to you guys, but you know how us artists are about our work. Thanks for the comments, you guys are awesome!

this Just in said...

Dude, your comments always make me smile...and keep my illustrating chin up during slow times... :)
Thanks Dave