Computer Embellished Drawing

Hug don’t drug.

Computer Embellished Drawing

A digital doodle for a digital world.

Computer Embellished Drawing

The people I live with.

Ink on Magazine • 9′x12′ • Private Collection

What do you get when you cross Natalie Portman with a plateau? Highbrow: A portmanteau. Lowbrow: I don’t know but it sure is flat.

Computer Embellished Drawing

A student doodled this when he should have been working. I digitized and colorized it when I should have been working. I think it works.

Ink on Paper • 10″x10″ • Private Collection

I drew this dreadful Dodd by doctoring a delightful doodle by my pal, Donovan. The Dodd is relatively harmless… unless you provoke it or get near it or read about it.

Computer Embellished Drawing

Blame the Devil it’s Monday.

Ink on Stationary • 3″x6″ • Free to a Good Home

I filled a rainy day at the beach by filling a tablet of beach-flavored stationary with face-filled doodles. Tell me one good reason why I should put them in an envelope and mail them to you and I’ll put them in an envelope an mail them to you.

Ink on Paper • 8″x6″• Private Collection

I doodled a fella waiting for someone at a bar as I waited for someone at a bar.

Marker Drawing by Emily • 9″ x 12″ • Private Collection

A multitude of moons ago, I posted my contribution to the long-running international doodleography archive called The Scribble Project. Last school year, I encouraged my 7th and 8th grade art students to try their (drawing) hand at the same assignment. Seven contributors were selected by Lisa “The Curator” Currie and featured on the site this July.

Congratulations to Emma, Jesse, Emily, Mary, Nathan, Casey and Victoria for making waves in the World Wide Web!