Thursday, May 08, 2008

deep dark dungeon dude... dang!

Question: How often do you get asked to draw a lawyer hanging upside down in a dungeon in a bigfoot comic strip style?

Answer: About once in your career.

I have been very busy lately doing sketches for a little teaching book. I was contacted by a local designer (who is an old friend) to do this B&W illo for him. I don't really have the extra time for another project. What to do? Well, you squeeze it in somehow. Actually, this was pretty painless. I dashed out a sketch, e-mailed it, heard back that the client liked it, and did the finish. I wish eveything was this easy. Unfortunately, a job like this is very rare. Usually there is much agony and gnashing of teeth on my part. I end up feeling like I would rather trade places with the guy in the dungeon than do the job... but not this time! Nope... this time it was a cakewalk... woo hooooo....

2 comments:

paula-poo said...

Turned out great, Dj.
And yep, it's REALLY nice when drawings go smoothly and...uhm...Didya happen to notice that...the...Oh, never mind. I don't think anyone will notice. : )

Doug said...

what... W H A T?....

you're just messin with me, right... right?