(30-April-99) This drawing was done for a co-worker, Lauriann Wakefield, who likes making pictures of pretty floating princesses with no feet.. I thought I'd show her what girls were really made of.
(27-April-99) For some reason, I decided that putting up (1) lame drawings of superheroes would be a good idea tonight. The second drawing features a member of the CMHC (god bless 'em (and no, I don't know why he isn't wearing pants)).
(19-April-99) Ladies night! I don't get enough practice drawing women, so I need occasional evenings to get "acquainted" with them, so to speak. Heheh. (Mental note: drawings are not real.)
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(12-April-99) This is a weird drawing. The intended picture was quite a bit different from what I ended up with. The original idea was of an old guy with a staff riding a furry, land-based steed, but the staff was going right into the steed's back (which couldn't be finished anyway for lack of paper). Artistic license kicked in, and he became a joystick-driven metal monsters that swims. Don't tell anyone that I cheated.
(06-April-99) The first page is the usual bizarre fare (the usual). If you can read the message on the faerie-thing's shirt, I'll send you some amazement as a prize. The second drawing was done to appease Mike May, an artist / tomato lover / bean hater that helped me instigate our weekly drawing sessions.