Here’s another drawing for Gwango the Great. I’m taking reference from the paintings of Steven Morath. His work really captures the strangeness of the American West, and no one paints a Twinkie trailer better then Morath.
I’m doing a kid’s story called Gwango the Great. It takes place in a corny desert tourist town and features a fifty foot pink prehistoric reptile called Gwango. Here’s some of the notes for the project. That’s Gwango in the sketch, along with a character called the scaly little lizard.
Here’s an illustration for the opening of the book.
The skeleton kids for a story I’m writing. It’s either going to be called SkeletonHeights, or The Bird Street Kids on Haloween Night. I haven’t decided. The ghost is the ghost that lives up in my rafters. He doesn’t own any shoes or any socks either.
During the daytime you can find me working as an artist at the Disney studios in lovely Glendale Ca. In the nighttime you can find me traveling the abandoned highways and byways of this great land in search of adventure and stuff.