A rotating exhibit of the things I love most about living in San Francisco.

a piece of cake. . .

After way too long, my friend C and I finally caught up yesterday, over a drink. I don’t know where time has gone… and why it goes by so quickly! Having spent so much quality time together during school, talking art, animation and life, I really relished reconnecting with him. He’s an amazing artist and a great guy.  The good feeling of that visit lingered for the rest of the night, and I found myself looking at pictures that I drew in school.  C was right, looking at those old drawings reconnected me to the art student I was when I created them and I feel a renewed creative feeling, a motivation to sketch that I haven’t felt in a while.

Here’s a sequence of drawings that I did in graduate school as development work for a story I devised, one that became a storyboard for my final project. The characters I created are a family of mice who live in the walls of a supermarket.  Getting a a piece of cake for a birthday party turns out to be an ordeal for them but I assure you, everything works out fine in the end!

mouse illustration family

Mouse Family Illustration

Mouse in Supermarket Illustration

Mouse in Supermarket Illustration

mouse illustration

Illustration of Mouse in Supermarket

Mouse Character Design Illustration


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