2013 is on its last few hours so it seems like a good time to give these lost scribbles a more permanent home.
This year has been a roller coaster for me so I have high hopes for the next 365 days to come. Thank you for taking a look at my art and I hope you and your families all have a great 2014.
Breaking Bedrock’s Walter Whiterock & Jesse Pinkstone
Flideas, Ideas taking flight
Juniors’s got a good eye
Mike’s Rat Fink
Cute lil’ alien
Bedbug, he hides under your pillow and steals your dreams.
Under water girl
Twiddleasaur, more frettin’ than bitin’
A long lost post card doodle, created with office supplies and coffee stains.
Here are the last few faces I sketched up in 2013. I had a lot of fun drawing my friends and family the last few months but I think its time to take a break for a spell.
My youngest daughter Emily.
Meghan’s hard-rockin’ roller mama Andrea Lowe-Hayes.
My middle sister Kym.
My nephew Nick newly certified fire-fighter.
SkaDaMo day 20
Decided to stone two kills with one scribble. Doodle day challenge for today is “beetle” so here is my distortion of a perfectly good topic.
With apologies to Rick Griffin & John Lennon.
SkaDaMo day 19
If you get lost on your way back to Alpha Centauri you can always pull over and ask for directions and fill up your tank. I think these erm, boys just like the cozy atmosphere of greasy spoons and truck stops, oh and thier space craft happens to run on gravy.
Brother can you spare some gravy?
SkaDaMo Day 12
Sorry folks, I’m really blowing it on the Skadamo front. My life is just a little too crazy right now between freelance, volunteer work, assembling my website and finding a place to live I really have to fight for any recreational drawing time. I did manage to steal some time today while indulging in my morning coffee and started scribbling and yet another self portrait popped out while I was having my own little private pity party. So here is a little doodle to take in along with my whine.
Looking more like Billy Connolly every day
SkaDaMo Day 7
I know, three days in and I have already resorted to a bad pun. It’s been a long day, I hope to do better tomorrow. I won’t blame you if you punt this post.
mug shot, pun intended
Gorn With the Wind
SkaDaMo Day 6
Remember that crazy Star Trek episode where Kirk had to fight the Gorn, the slow motion lizard-man? You don’t? Well go find it on the inter-webs you won’t be dissssappointed. Anyway they were both set up on this planet to fight to the death and I started wondering what the Gorn left behind to fight Kirk I mean he must have had a girl friend right? So naturally I had to draw this, a she-Gorn. Isn’t she lovely? -Live long and perspire.
Constance the Gornette
Well here it is day 5 and I’m just getting started sheesh. I’ve been lost in the figurative wilderness the last few days but I’ll try to keep up as much as I can. I have way to much going on this month but I’d hate to miss out on all the fun.
The Great Skadamo
This is Mark, he is my oldest friend we have known each other since 6th grade. He is at least as smart as Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius and will some day take over the world if Pinky and the Brain don’t get there first.
What do we do today Mark? -”The same thing we do every day, take over the world.”
Here are a few more birthday sketches, I think I’m getting the hang of it.
Jakenstein, my daughter Meghan’s main squeeze. When Jake is not knockin’em dead doing stand-up or killin’em on the radio he can be seen skulking around dark windmills avoiding angry villagers, torches and pitchforks.
Where would Jakenstein be without a strong woman to keep him in line? Nowhere, so here’s my first born, Meghan filling the part. She’s a pretty funny comedienne too who’s sure to keep you in stiches (see what I did there, stiches, get it? Meg you can have that one free).
My other niece who’s cute as a button and an aspiring broadway songbird, Mady.
My pal Pete, best photo studio manager west of the Pecos.