Thursday, April 16, 2009

New Shizzles




Some new arts from moi. Been too long since my last post.
-Eamon

10 comments:

Chogrin said...

Animals are pretty cute and sheepman rules!

Tim Durning said...

Weird question- is the sheepman from the Haruki Murakami novel?

Edwin Vazquez said...

Love the duck and Sheepman...

Bleeding Edges said...

the sheepman looks like something they would have thrown in the toy line for He-Man or Ninja Turtles towards the end as they ran out of ideas.

Murderous T Stabwell said...

lotsa nice drawing here. i think the raccoon is my favorite of the animals, though the more i look at that pink, the more i think it might be a bit too intense?

sheep man is punching invisible villains in the dark.

eamon said...

Joe-Thanks!
Tim-No unfortunately. What Murakami book is that? I really like his stuff.
Bleeding edges- Thanks? Hahaha.
Alex-I will try lessening the intensity.

chriswhetzel said...

i really dig that duck! i agree about the pink, and i am wondering if the raccoon would be more solid if he had a shadow on the ground? the duck has more rendering than the raccoon so he seems less flat. just a thought, good drawings throughout!

Tim Durning said...

there's a weird ghostly Sheepman in A Wild Sheep Chase. Heh, I thought that was your take on him.

anthony pedro said...

I really dont know what to say about your sheep villain. Really takes me back to a ren and Stimpy type of obscure character, I think your color choices lately have been on point and it adds a lot. But even in Black and white it would still be a really strong piece, the drawing is really solid. you know. just so good. your on a roll dude, still cant get over your joker. Im gonna need prints of both of these. Like your the movement in your duck drawing, the way it flows, but i think you lost that in your racoon, its more angular and heavy.

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eamon said...

Thanks Anthony for the thoughts on the raccoon, I was wondering what made it less successful than the duckling. Consider the prints yours! Thanks for the praise, it means a lot to me!

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