Here’s a few new drawings from the last two weeks. I’m trying to get back on a schedule of doing one of these sqiggles a day.
Posted Jan 18, 04:38 PM
Posted Jan 10, 12:02 AM
I submitted another design to TeeFury.com this evening. I’ve been playing with brush pens a bit lately in my sketchbook and I got some encouraging comments from Reddit about the progression of these sqiggle drawings.
I started with the basic shape of a lightning bolt and proceeded to fill it up with tons of worms, bugs, and other creatures. The original illustration was done by hand and then digitally colored. I hope they like it!
Posted Jan 3, 11:20 PM
Another one for the BCR. For each of these I’m trying to feature a different member of the team and give it a little different style. All the non photo elements are drawn with Sharpies and then scanned in. I had fun with this one, and with the help of the ColourLovers iPhone app I was able to find just the right colors.
Posted Jan 3, 10:37 PM
My sqiggle skull that I made a while back was on TeeFury.com, 1-15-11. I’m super stoked for being part of the huge number of talented artists and designers that are part of TeeFury.
Posted Dec 6, 09:40 AM
I’ve decided to take a little break from creating new items for Withremote until after the new year. I’m going to take a little time to think and plan for what’s next for the studio. I’ve still got some little projects coming up, like the Babe City Rollers posters and a new coloring book.
This will be the 6th year that I’ve been making screen prints and the 9th year of making work under the name withremote. There’s more to come, my hands just need a little break.
Posted Nov 3, 03:39 PM
For all you Bemidji Roller Girls fans, here’s the bout poster I did for the Babe City Rollers’ November bout. They are awesome to watch! My wife and I will be there, will you?
Posted Nov 3, 08:59 AM
Posted Oct 5, 05:33 PM
I spend the last two days while I was home with our sick son working on this. When Miles is laying on the couch watching Thomas the Tank all day I can usually get quite a bit done. The final size of this is about 10×12”. Not sure what to do with it. Got a suggestion?
Posted Sep 30, 06:45 PM
Posted Sep 30, 01:52 PM
I was trying to figure out a way to create Guilloches just because earlier this week. I have always liked the patterns they make on the bank notes and paper money. I found this article on how to make Guilloches in Illustrator. So I messed around with that technique and what I was making reminded me of the Spirograph drawings I’d made with that toy when I was a kid (I still have my original at home). I think at least one of these will become my Toys in the Attic print.
Let me know what you think of them. I’ve got process ink on the way and need to get this print done sometime next week.