Debate Thug Hoodies
Barney Fife, as we all know, is the greatest black and white television hero of classic family friendly cinema era. Played by the venerable Don Knotts, he had confidence and swagger in abundance. This is a demonstration....of that swagger. And a demonstration....of my pencil skills. Critiques are welcome, of course.
Tags: the-andy-griffith-show, thug-life, black-and-white, vintage, television
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Show your support for the second amendment with this one of a kind vintage logo design! It would make a great gift for the gun enthusiast in your life as well. The design features two rifles crossed and centered in the design with another two outlining the perimeter of the design. The shirt reads: The Gun Control Debate Was Settled In.... At the bottom, the date 1791 is added to signify the year the bill of rights was signed into law.
Tags: america, gun, patriotic, patriot, military
The first drawing on the Cintiq after 2 weeks of working on the Surface Pro. It felt SO good. What started as a random sketch of a skeleton/zombie turned into "I need that like I need a hole in the head". I love wearing a beanie so I drew one for its noggin'. I wanted to do wild colors and played around with some ideas I had with light. Anyways... It was a fun drawing on the Cintiq. http://www.artisticdyslexia.com/
Tags: skulls, derpy, death, zombies, orange