Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Wrapped in Old Newspaper-Part 5: Frozen in Place?

I drew this for the Long Island Voice back in 1998. It was for an article about how the Islanders hockey team were "frozen in place" at the Nassau Coliseum. Looks like they're finally moving. And to Brooklyn's Barclay Center, no less.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Decisions, decisions...

Here's a color sketch I did at the end of last month regarding the two of the season's impending events.
I've since seen another artist's take on a pumpkin with the party mascots carved into it, so I've kind of lost my enthusiasm for doing a fully rendered version. If I rally in the time remaining, I'll post that, too.

Here's the black & white sketch.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Yankenstein's Monster

Dug up this somewhat Halloween-y cartoon from my old editorial cartooning days. This one never saw print. It was some kind of commentary on the public cost of the then-impending new Yankee Stadium.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Unliving Dolls

Just in time for Halloween, I unearthed these old sketches for Halloween-themed paper dolls. As I recall, they were going to be part of a seasonal fashion spread for one of the many free weekly newspapers that have long since joined the choir invisible.