Sunday, February 15, 2009

CELEBRATION.

20 comments:

Matthew Smith said...

awesome illo man!! love your characters! great work as always.

Peter Breese said...

Fantastic Malachi, very cool.

ArtSparker said...

Wry and funny. Okay, so the one on the left is British. Not sure what is going on with the one on the right.

Fortes said...

What a fantastic duo! And such a great party...

Kay Aker said...

Very festive! These guys look like real party animals.

Patrick said...

Great characters; so much personality. Very funny!

simon said...

bravo...bravo

Alice said...

thanks for your comment! The person in the pic is me, and the person in the banner of my blog is a little boy. This is my first visit to your blog. I think your art is the art I would love to do(if I ever had any cool ideas! and compositional skills!)

So thanks for dropping by, I'll be back!

Straight_UP said...

Mr. Ward, I thank you for not continuing the image down any further. ;)

Once again... good job.

red-handed said...

A rather limp celebration ...

Heidi said...

The guy on the right looks like a fat Guy.

Artemis Wilde said...
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Artemis Wilde said...

This is hilarious. Love your interpretation of celebrate!

Tom said...

great drawing and characters! that looks like some party!

Candace Trew Camling said...

ha! hilarious! I can imagine so many weird stories when I look at this!

Straight_UP said...

I usually use metal pen tips and dip them into an inkbottle. But with the giant monster I used Rapidograph pens .50 and .30, I love the thinness of the line quality. I haven’t used this type of pen in years, but now I’m hooked on them again. What do you use to ink?

David Kow said...

great job this time!!! and a great style too.

Matthew Sheean said...

The theology is a little shaky, I think, but, otherwise, good job.

Catalina said...

Good work! I can definitely see the humor in this one! love it:)

Son of Incogneato said...

You have some excellent artwork here, some of the best I've come across lately. Very original, often very drĂ´le, and great color-schemes.

To quote Arnold - I'll be back.

Son of