Drawn by me. Colored and written by Corinne Willett.
Here’s a Conan O’Brien Illustration I did for fun. I’m a big fan of Conan and I heard that Iced T had a show called Ice loves Coco and I thought hey that would make a hilarious illustration. For anyone that doesn’t know Coco is a nickname for Conan.
The hard thing about this one was that I drew this originally in poster size and had to make it work for a square composition. Now when I did the poster I knew I was going to also crop it to a square so that informed my choices (so think ahead).
Square compositions are tricky because being that all sides are equal your canvas is static vs. a rectangle where it’s automatically dynamic because there is contrast. (Props to Klaus Janson for teaching me this)
The same rules to make a more dynamic composition apply though such as keeping your focal point out of the center, using perspective to guide the eye around the image and using your composition to create frames within frames(my favorite), you just have to work harder at it in a square.
Here’s the song (finally) we recorded during my Christmas vacation(on Christmas day)! The song is called Regret and my brother Justin did an incredible job of recording and mixing this. Also, I think this is the best drumming I’ve ever heard Brad do and it was a lot of fun getting to record this with him.
Luke Mosher-Piano, Bass, Glockenspiel and dumb faces
Brad Corser- Drums and general awesomeness
Justin Mosher- Recording Engineer
If you like the song please share it if you don’t please share it and say just how much we suck and how everyone should listen so they can know we suck too.
This is a really early draft of the main character. He is no longer named Jack and his suit is much less spacey now. I did a few more with the spacey theme I’ll post later.
Here’s one of the preliminary sketches for a new web comic I’m getting ready to write called ‘Mars Lightning.’
Jack Kirby meeting Paul & Linda McCartney at a Wings show at the LA Forum in 1976.
Paul dedicated “Magneto and Titanium Man” to Jack at the show. In return, Jack gave Paul this piece of art.