Tuesday, November 21, 2006

All You Need Is LOVE

This song started playing in my mind as soon as I saw this guy.


Friday, November 17, 2006

Jesus is coming...

I used to laugh at those guys on the street corner holding up those signs, "JESUS IS COMING." But, after seeing this guy, I had to make sure my "house" was in order! (Hmm, I thought he'd be taller.)

Matthew (KJV) 24:36 But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

Gary Myers' entry!

Sketchclub Guest

This is from our guest artist, Roland Ilagan, who flew all the way from Orlando, Florida just to sketch with us (well, at least that's what I want to think). He is an alum of Disney Florida as a Clean-up lead and you can check out his blog at http://rolandmechael.blogspot.com/. It was definitely a treat to have him and here's his take on the no. 12...16...or 19?! guy.

--Sketchclub Management

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Comp !

So! I didn't have time to do the "Tecate" guy the other day.
Time went by and it was time for 'Mr. 12' to show up on the screen...
Anyway, that's what I call 2 in 1.

Monday, November 13, 2006

My Number 16 ... or 12?

Ok I messed up with the number. I got mixed up with number 12 and the guy with the the no. 26 shirt. Anyway, it was a fun session specially with a special guest, Roland Ilagan, all the way from Orlando, Florida. Well here's my take on the boy.


Saturday, November 11, 2006

NEW!!! Another SKETCHCLUB Franchise!

My good friend Henry Bawden has started a Sketchclub in Utah! Go to Utah Sketchclub to check in on the action.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Number 12...

Ooops, I think this kid spotted us!


Carey Yost's number 12...


This has been the largest Sketchclub session ever! There were nine Sketchclub members sketching, so the club members had to spread out over two separate tables instead of the usual one.

As the artists were leaving the restaurant, a mark was spotted. Here is Justin Thompson's version of the "mark."

--The Sketchclub Management

Friday, November 03, 2006

You guys sure have a good eyesight....



This guy was so beefy, he was picking up cases of Tecate like you or I would rearrange pillows on our bed.



Can you believe it, we’ve got several celebrity artists to join our Sketchclub. Hopefully, you’ll get a chance to see more of their work.

Introducing, first, Andy Gaskill, of Disney fame…now working for Sony Pictures Animation. He was the Art Director for Treasure Planet, and story artist for Lion King. If there were a Disney Hall of Fame, this guy would be in it!

Next is Justin Thompson, whose work you’ve seen in Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory and Samurai Jack!

And, also joining us today, Carey Yost. Carey has worked on the SpongeBob SquarePants Feature, Powerpuff Girls and The Ren & Stimpy Show. The reason his "mark" of the day is different, well -- in our attempt to be inconspicuous, Carey was confused as to who we had chosen for our "mark." But, take it from the Sketchclub management, this drawing is dead on.

--The Sketchclub Management