A collection of doodles with a bit of commentary by RICK GREEN - your cartooning friend
Thursday, May 31, 2007
One last post for the month of May and it's time for another addition of Family Practice. This strip is the beginning of three strips related to the subject. Let me ask you a question, which one of your parents was the easiest mark and when it came to asking one of them for fun money? Which one would you have most likely hit up for some extra cash - your mom, or your dad?
What do you think?
Friday, May 25, 2007
This is another example of some of the custom work that I do. This drawing is of my good friend, John Parker, and his wife. They live in Oklahoma and he is a worship pastor in the church there.
John is a unique individual. A funny guy and a great friend. I write that knowing that there is a good chance he'll see this post.
What do you think John? You finally made it to the big time! Does that give you happy feet?
Thursday, May 10, 2007
This is the final strip regarding the super-dad theme. The idea for this particular stip would be for a Sunday addition - thus the larger size. Again, I sent my concept to as many different cartoon syndicates as I could find. But, alas, there were no takers. What do you think? (But, please don't saying anything if you don't like it. I couldn't stand any more rejection.)
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Friday, May 4, 2007
The power of the inter-net. This is a photo and the drawing I did of my friend, Eti. We've never met face to face. She lives in Florida, but our mutual interest in Webshots got us connected.
Eti commissioned me to create this drawing of her, and later one of her husband, Phil. I am proud of the way it turned out. Eti gave me a challenge; wanting a drawing of her with ALL her cats and dog, taking a picture with her particular camera, of this particular kind of flower. (Could you have been a little more specific Eti?) I think Eti will tell you that she liked the way it turned out - at least that's what she told me. What do you think?
There are a few unique details that the casual observer will not catch. So, look closely. (Click on the illustration to zoon in.)
You need to check out Eti's web-sight. She's a fantastic photographer. Go to www.etiswinford.com and enjoy.