Tuesday, March 25, 2014


A friend sent me an enthusiastic recommend for a video of a short student animated film from France called, “MONSTERBOX.” I instantly fell in love with it, from wondrous character designs to charming storytelling. The students did such a terrific work it inspired me to make a drawing of some of the adorable characters from the short.  What a wonderful piece of art these animation students made.

Please check out the link to view this fantastic film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoLAoOkG5gY

If the link doesn’t work, search “Monsterbox” on Youtube.

Sunday, March 23, 2014


I recently saw the new “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” movie and found it immensely enjoyable. As an enormous fan of the original 1960s cartoon segments from the “Rocky and Bullwinkle” show I was surprised that the filmmakers kept the characters and most of the humor true to what Jay Ward and the show’s writers established. I recommend it highly.
Also, quite honestly, I’ve been waiting for an opportunity to draw up a nice Peabody and Sherman art. The duo is one of my favorites since childhood and I have always wanted to make a tribute to this classic cartoon. The new movie just gave me a reason to do so.
“…Off to the WABAC machine, Sherman.”

Sunday, March 2, 2014


...which is now owned by Disney.

Done on Bristol 14in X 17in board with ink and Prismacolor color markers.