Saturday, July 17, 2010

Louie, Louie

I recently spent a couple of days updating Louie.  The book is essentially the same but I redid the images so that they are no longer colored digitally. 

The reasons being:
  • the original files are relatively lo-res, because I had no concept of the future when I made this book last fall
  • the originals were shuffled into an oblivion in The Great Hard Drive Crash of two months ago
  • I wanted the style to be more cohesive with the rest of my work, which involves minimal computer work and maximum watercolor abuse
  • this book is my recess 
I will try really hard to get better scans in the near future. Once that is done I would really like to hear what people think about the change.  I actually think it's a lot better!

Saturday, July 10, 2010

LFO Illustrated

A decade ago, you may have been touched by the words of the Lyte Funky Ones, more commonly known as LFO. Get ready to be (appropriately) touched again by "LFO Illustrated".

I promise I also did a lot of real work today but since I'm afraid of hair dryers I need something to pass the time while the watercolor dries.  (If you are wondering what is so scary about hair dryers, it's part of a noise thing that includes vacuum cleaners and lawnmowers but I should probably save that information for