Archive for the ‘humor’ Category

MEETING DOODLE: Professor Pointy Stick

November 20, 2014

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Inspired by a conversation I had with my son the night before.

DOODLE: Speed Doodling. It’s a full-contact sport.

October 9, 2014

hello dere SMALLThis doodle was a “brain flusher”. Just a quickie to warm up for the real work of the day. Think it took me about ten minutes, tops, from the time the pen hit the paper to the last watercolor stroke.

DOODLE: Shock and “Aw, dangit!”

October 7, 2014

wow SMALLI don’t know- nor do I think I WANT to know- what is going on in the upper left of this picture. I just hope it doesn’t effect my afternoon commute.


October 2, 2014

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A little experiment using my right hand to draw instead of my left. A bit lopsided and clunky, but I was still pretty happy with the result.

MEETING DOODLE: Gettin’ Snazzy

September 25, 2014

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Lest you think I’ve gone all “responsible adult who only posts serious artwork” on you, I present… uhhh… this guy. I don’t know where he’s headed, all dolled up and dapper like that. Maybe a fundraiser charity ball to rescue homeless ferrets trapped on the mean streets of war-torn Wichita, Kansas. Or, possibly, he’s on his way to a live performance of the “1968 Chevy Nova Owner’s Manual as interpreted by three elderly ladies wearing welder’s masks”.

Or maybe just the drive-thru at McDonald’s.

MEETING DOODLE: Compliment my capello!

July 29, 2014

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Other than baseball caps, I’ve never been much of one for hats. So I find it interesting that they seem to feature prominently in so many of my doodles. Some sort of subconscious fedora fixation, I guess.

MEETING DOODLE: Fatherly Phobias and The Hand of Doom!

July 2, 2014

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MEETING DOODLE: In honor of our nation’s birthday…. fatalistic fireworks!

July 1, 2014

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MEETING DOODLE: They’re impatient little cusses sometimes

May 13, 2014

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Apparently I was taking too long to doodle him. I told him he had better lighten up or I was going to erase that scowl right of his face, but he just kept on. As you can see, he won the standoff.

To be honest, I’m a little intimidated by him.

NOT A DOODLE: T-Rex in a Teryx!

May 8, 2014


One of my latest pieces. This was done for the Kawasaki corporation to be used on technical training collateral materials relating to their awesome Teryx side-by-side all-terrain vehicles.

The bad thing about doing this piece is- now I want to drive one of these suckers!

Only, without the T-rex. Off-road driving is already challenging enough; I can’t imagine attempting it while a large predator is trying to eat your head.