Thursday, April 05, 2007

8 MAN HOURS & Sketch-o-Rama


Hello everyone! Back again with goodies for the eyes and mind, well maybe not so much for the mind. On Wendsday I was hanging around the studio and sat down on Jim Gromans chair conversating with a co-worker, when out of nowhere Saxton Moore pops up and points out how Im sitting on the chair in which Jim put a good solid 8 man hours! It sounded really discusting the way he put it, so I jumped up and thought of Jim farting on the chair amongst other things...hehe. Not that Jim does any of that, hes is quite the gentleman and a great guy (quite clean too!!) I got the funniest picture in my head of Jim sitting in his chair after a long day and him reverting back to Barbarian times, being as manly as ever! I was cracking up! So I had to do a charicature of that in which the character looks nothing like Jim but it is inspired my his nice mug! Jim please don't kill me but I had to!! Anyways enjoy my silly antics!!!


By the way I'm a part of the group blog sketch-o-rama made up of AGP artists. These are for that blog and we are having a blast with it and the work is pretty amazing. Please take your time and check out the good work. It is on my links at the bottom. Peace to all!!

10 comments:

Chris Park said...
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Chris Park said...

Carlos, that middle piece is amazing! Love those strokes in the background as well. This ones going on my desktop.

Clayton Stillwell said...

Holy Shit! look at the face on that middle one, friggin sweet man!!

Bill Ferguson said...

These are all awsome Carlos!

miguel lantigua said...

these are sweet!

looks like american greetings is treating you well!

watts said...

Hey, I have a question. I applied for the American Greetings internship and I understand that you got it when you were at Ringling. How did it apply to your work? Did it teach you things that can be used in the Illustration field? Just wondering. I can't wait to hear back from them. How are you doing by the way? You like working there? Thats neat that Chris Ryniak works there. Alright, hope all is well, write back if you get a chance:)

David Poyner said...

hey carlos, thanks for checking out the old blog and for the compliments. you're work is looking better each time i check it! right now i'm heading back home to new jersey after graduation and hopefully finding work in the new york city but we'll see how that all pans out. right now i'm focused on finishing thesis and putting a website together and all that fun stuff. keep in contact and take care buddy.

James Groman said...

Very funny, my friend.
Yet another reason to break those magic fingers of yours...
THEN I WILL BE HE GREATEST ARTIST IN ALL OF MEXICO!
p.s. Get it right, dude. I work over 10 manly man hours a day.

DeepSix said...

LOS! Characters look awesome! Thesis is kicking my ass! When's your next show?

Sorrentino said...

hey man. The blog is looking sick!
love everything on it not just these guys! It's amazing how much someone can grow in such a short time, your stuff is great good sir!
~Albert