Posts by Paul
Remember that time I used to draw a lot and post stuff here? In the spirit of getting off my ass, here’s a surprise Father’s Day drawing for a friend who will be a dad soon. This was done in Manga Studio on my Surface Pro. There were some quirks with the pen calibration, but […]
It’s been a while since I had time to do any extracurricular art projects, so this site has languished a bit. That said, I’ve been building a bunch of guitar pedals lately and tried my hand at giving the latest one a custom paint job. In this case, it’s the Rub-a-dub reverb circuit by 1776 […]
After toiling away for weeks of no-lunches and late-nights building a massive story on last year’s Elliot Lake mall collapse for Maclean’s (they provided the content, I just hacked it all together) I needed a bit of downtime. Thankfully, while somedays my job consists of boring code and meetings, other times I get paid to […]
Laura and I hosted an art show at our house last weekend, so I figured I’d get off my ass and put brush to paint. In the end they kind of look like backgrounds to the forest scene in Snow White, but I’m ok with that.
I haven’t been around much lately between slaving away at the ol’ nine-to-five or playing music here and there, but I did manage to take a minute to squeeze out this quick sketch of a kid with a mask and a water gun…take it or leave it.
Apparently I didn’t make Rob Ford fat enough in my crack video comic last the other day, so this quick gag started as a sketch to more accurately capture the Toronto mayor’s girth. His staff are dropping like flies while he remains firm that everything is under control, but in this case even his coffee […]
I’ve had a million ideas surrounding Netflix and the new Arrested Development. This one is a bit tame in hindsight…
It’s hard to ignore all this talk lately about Toronto mayor Rob Ford doing crack in a video that may or may not (but probably does) exist.
Happy 72nd, Bob. Here’s a quick sketch of how you look in my head. Oh, and here’s a cover of “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright” I recorded a billion years ago in Taiwan:
I actually enjoy yard work more than this strip might indicate–As a new homeowner it’s hard not to be obsessed about the green-ness of my grass (grow, damn you!)–but it’s always fun to poke holes in the ‘good life.’