Mostly sketches. Occasionally a painting. Nothing political other than caricatures reinforcing the truism "Politics is Show Business for Ugly People".
This is the main character for your new comic strip? Could we have the first episode be "Crok meets Cork"?
Just a morning doodle. Go over to Kali's website and see her 300th post!Link at the bottom of our links on this page
This is such a great sketch. I love this Goodson look. Great sway in the pose."Crok meets Cork"--HA! TOMMOON, we your lovin' public hunger for new works....
That sway is all about Fantasia. Ever since those guys showed that lumpy not particularly limber mass of lizard could be turned into a rubber hose of s curves, people have been copying it. I guess Henreich Kley was first.
I'm convinced. Its a natural pose: that's how crocodiles stand when they wield a sword. (and clawless gloves help prevent chafing)Your friend, Kali, is an amazing artist, too.
I like the cut of his jib.
If he wore jeans, they'd be those low rider kind that hang down and you'd definitely see some underwear band showin' ... cut of his jib, indeed. ;-)
Okay, how about you and Marty get together and draw Crok Meets Dok?
Dok could sock the Crok... give him a good knock! That would ROCK!
Ellis, why did you go and ruin this post by adding that CG Japanese robot?There is so much more life in your drawing than in that animation...if indeed we can call it "animation."(I hope you didn't do it!)
You think that's CG? I assumed it was an RC toy. It's fooling me. Quite a nice bit of gyro in it for toys. The website is unfortunately in Japanese so I can't understand if it has disclaimers.
Yeah, that's a real toy robot. I want one.
Sometimes during this economy, I feel like one. And it's increasingly difficult to tell if I'm real or CG ...
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