December 31, 2006

Some Holiday Punch

A belated happy holidays! To say that these past few weeks have been packed is an understatement. My family has been visiting, which has been fun, although I wish I'd had more time to draw. I snuck a little in, of other tourists. So here you are: happy holidays.

December 15, 2006

One year ago

We worked it out that I met Enrico just about a year ago, in New York City. These are some photos from that day--Sketchcrawling in the West Village. I met so many great people there, and saw so much cool stuff....! It was a very fun time; I think about New York often.

December 13, 2006


Sorry for the lack of posts lately, it's been a whirlwind of activity, and I've been stealing each free moment to record Jen's recent trip in my sketchbook. Joann Sfar's seemingly freewheeling process has been a big influence on that.

December 09, 2006

SF Moma

I guess none of these drawings suggest it, but we went to the SF Moma after tromping through north beach and union square. I kinda wish I had drawn more, looking at these now, but oh well. The day ended, as it began, with coffee.

December 07, 2006

The Thanksgiving Day Weekend

I'm a little busy with stuff these days, but here are some drawings from the thanksgiving day weekend, where Ric, Talent, Jenny and I went down to the Farmer's Market at the Ferry Building to have some breakfast and do some drawing. Maybe I'll get a SF Moma post ready for tomorrow, hm?

December 04, 2006

December 03, 2006


It was a big drawing day, although it seemed like we really didn't do much. We started with some coffee at Sugarlump, a walk to the Castro for the The San Francisco Silent Film Festival's presentation of the Silly Symphonies, and a race out to the Inner Richmond for a Burmese dinner and a beer. We trolled the fabulous Green Apple Bookstore, and a bar full of Santa Clauses and a Russ Meyer movie later, bought some candy for the ride home, and endured some repugnant BART riders; some arrogant yuppies, an intense guitarist, and a wiry, lean, excercising machine wearing fur, buckles and two inches of boots. Quite the day!

*note that the first four pages below were drawn in the dark--and the first and second pages basically without looking!

December 02, 2006


Wow! Here they are; thanks Grant! Anyone wanna wager any guesses? One of them is Nicki shooting my Energizer Bunny in the face. Another, funnily enough, Jenny thought was Communism.