Happy (belated) birthday, Aisys! (Sorry it took me so long! Grad school is gross.)
It’s a triptych of Sens players with labrador retriever puppies - Spezza, Conacher, and Ryan, as requested!
Happy birthday, Rylie! (I had a lot of fun doing this, I’m not even going to lie.)
Happy birthday, Aya!
To quote Aya herself, these are “a very spiffy-looking Jimmy Stewart and a Jimmy Cagney walking arm and arm together.” There are 10 inches between them in height, so naturally I greatly enjoyed this.
Happy birthday, Kelly!
Izumi and Mihashi on the Orioles roster, as you wished!
11x17 commission of Judith O’Dea from Night of the Living Dead. The commissioner wanted a simple portrait with her name underneath, so after several hours of work I came up with this!
Happy birthday, Amanda! I would’ve had the League of Gentlemen done yesterday, but family visiting slowed me down so here they are!
Happy belated birthday, Kaiju! Sorry I got so delayed on drawing this in between my grandmother moving in with me and grad school assignments all being due around the same time! I hope you enjoyed your day!
Few double acts have suggested to us that they were actually dating as much as Martin and Lewis did, and they were doing so in the 1950s, which probably actually added to their appeal in some way. Scandalous things tend to be appealing to people.
Jerry has no pants on for a reason.
Grace Kelly’s Edith Head gown from Rear Window (as well as an initial pencil sketch of it I did before I did the black and white rendering). I absolutely love this dress to death, and I generally don’t care much about fashion.
Claudette Colbert, in continuation of my 1930s portraits (which started with Carole Lombard).
Clara Bow was from Brooklyn. So were the Dodgers. Both went to LA.
Carole Lombard yet again. Thinking of selling prints of this one, though.
And for my friend Jade’s birthday, her OC Mio DeCastillo!
I love drawing baseball players, if you haven’t figured that out by now.