Cheese steaks aren’t exactly holiday food but they do make me think of family— In my house growing up, they were an easy favorite for lazy Sunday afternoons and my mom taught me this plate & pan trick.
I had so much fun playing with the layout for this! And I tried to pick colors reminiscent of the New Jersey Boardwalk—another place besides Philly known for their cheese steaks.
This project made me hungry. I drew, now I will cook…
So, I’m a new contributor for Quick Draw Collective! Last month’s theme was They Draw and Cook recipes and as you can see I did one for cheese steaks.
I especially love eating them on pumpernickel hoagie rolls and ALWAYS with ketchup. (You people that eat it with mayo are weird.)
I added more values to one of my favorite sketchbook drawings from last November. Penn Station, NYC.
I designed a pillow for ohh deer's pillow competition. You can buy one here.
October was always a horrible month for me as a kid because I don’t handle scary, supernatural stuff very well. Now, I just avoid the really creepy things and my October’s are just fine.
Probably my last inktober drawing, but I draw stuff like every month is inktober.
Kumail Nanjiani is another of my favorite comedians. I chose to ink his name instead of drawing his face because I know him more from listening to him on the podcast Harmontown than watching his stand up. (I think he’s the funniest person on the podcast.)
Here’s an awesome painting of me by artist Lena Hunter. I appreciate her incredible drawing skills and her use of brown paper.
Oh, so that’s why I got so many new followers randomly today!
I’m so thrilled Hari likes my drawing.
Hari Kondabolu is a serious contender for my favorite comedian. He’s so smart and I really respect him.
Also, I love his turtle mouth.
Is that hipster Jesus? No, it’s the brilliant comedian, Ben Kronberg.
I like how his face is mostly hair and forehead.
I just realized I haven’t posted anything in August yet. So, here’s something I drew at a beach visit.
Got a few pieces I’ve been tinkering away at. Hope to post them soon.
I designed this to show how the two main characters bicker to mask their love for one another. And if you see a gaping yoni, don’t worry; that was on purpose. In Shakespeare’s day, “nothing” was also slang for vagina. The innuendo fits the play since a major plot point is a lady’s suspected infidelity.
"Catch a Surfer"
A visual metaphor that’s been sitting in my sketchbook for a long time.
I feel like I’ve been drawing and re-drawing this illustration forever, but I’m finally done! I’ll post the final tomorrow.