The first piece in a series of drawings I did while driving across country this month. This was the house we lived at in Newburyport. Really busted place, but it had some mysterious charm that I can’t help but miss. From here, I headed west to Pennsylvania.
Hey all, lots of blog silence lately… and here be the reason why: Fiona Foster Heffernan, born February 18th at 7:01 AM. She is my new life. There will be many more Fiona drawings to come, but I wanted to throw this little nugget out there. From her second outing into the real world.
Some observational portraits on the T down in Boston Town. Click it to biggify.
Yeah, me and my fiancee Elisabeth Fairchild are getting married AND having a baby. Can’t fuck with that! Here are a couple of quick sketches of her lounging like a preggers.
I’m trying to sketch out the world a little faster, focusing less on all the little details and perfect perspective and putting my attention on swift, loose and messy documentation. So far, I like what it’s doing, and I hope it can inform my work outside the sketchbook.
Been reconnecting with my old friend, guache paint, lately. We’ve got a lot of catching up to do. Here’s Liz, discovering more disconcerting information on the internet. And here’s my dad’s backyard.
A spread from a while back.
Oh Portland, I love you, truly I do. But, do you really have to try so hard to be cool?
Well, not the warrior babe or the snake biting the sword.
Man, I haven’t posted anything for a MONTH. More than a month. Damn. I was out in my home away from home, Portland, Oregon doing a bit of contract work for my homies at Cinco Design. One of these days, people, I’ll put up all the work I’ve been doing with them for the three [...]