It’s been some time since I’ve had my work displayed anywhere. There was that one time I had a piece up in a robot-themed show at a taco shop, and then someone STOLE MY PIECE OFF OF THE WALL, so maybe that’s the reason it has been a while? Or perhaps having a full-time job was the culprit.
In any case, I drew some birds in hats for the Tiny Wonderland show at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland in Eagle Rock, CA. The rule was nothing larger than 5″x 5″, so I found some 4″x 4″ panels and was plagued with indecision until several days before I need to mail out my work (nothing like artistic procrastination). I quite like these silly little birds, and if you like them too (and would like one to hang on a wall), a few of them are still available on to purchase: https://leannalinswonderland.com/collections/tiny-wonderland-art-show
Like my previous post, this was another let’s-color-this-in-Photoshop-at-the-last-minute-because-I-need-a-new-portfolio-piece situation. I’ll likely go in and play with the color a bit in the future, since I like this character. Maybe he could get his own picture book.
My Etsy shop is now set up for custom-drawn pet portraits! You can check it out here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/keefeling
Below is a portrait of my brother-in-law’s dog, Franny. I drew it as a Christmas gift for him and loved the process, so I hope to take on some new commissions soon.
Here’s a selection of Christmas cards I drew up for friends and family last year:
Some of these designs should be available for the 2016 holiday season. In the meantime, I’m available to design & illustrate greeting cards, posters, and anything else you can dream up!
According to Wikipedia, it’s Lyndon Baines Johnson Day in Texas today. Our 36th president! He was quite jowly.
The project manager of the upcoming Ooligan Press jazz book requested that I draw a jazz guy. So I drew a jazz guy.
Next week I will post the cover I designed for the book. It is pretty cool. *snaps*
A quick little drawing I did based on an old family photo of me:
Materials: Micron pens and Prismacolor Markers on cardboard
The digital department manager at Ooligan Press is the reason I’ve drawn many cute animals over the past year. She’s the reason my silly animal drawings are all over the Ooligan Press website, so when she requested some kitchy animals for her instructional ebook guide, I was happy to oblige. Without further ado, may I present cute animals with ereaders!
I usually save my comics for Thursday afternoons, but since there was a new Celebrity Jeopardy sketch this weekend on SNL (!!!), here’s an autobiographical comic about the time I tried out for Jeopardy in sixth grade. Please note that my head is full of cats and pizza and not the quadratic equation.
Added bonus: the Celebrity Jeopardy sketch I mentioned earlier!