I went old school on tonight’s sketch and did Carmen Electra.
I have to start this one with how me and Dave Campbell met. He was a sales associate at Dillards at the time and I was a customer who shopped entirely too much. Dave helped me all the time and I got to know him during some of my shopping trips. Fast forward a little […]
I’ve always been a fan of Ellen DeGeneres’ stand-up comedy and one of my favorite is her movie called The Beginning. There’s this part where she talks about when you try on clothes, you make a funny face, and vow that your ass looks fabulous in what you’re wearing. So I like to refer to […]
I was working the League of Cities and Towns reception on Wednesday and I drew the Mayor of Glendale Jerry Weiers. I drew him earlier this year but I didn’t take a picture of the drawing. This time I drew him I took a quick snapshot before I gave him the drawing.
You ever walk up to a caricature booth and the artist asks, “what would you like to do in your caricature?” Before you break out in a cold sweat and hives I figured I’d share some tips. This isn’t for the control freaks, you know what you want already, this is for the rest of […]
I found a short interview with Aisha Tyler on CNN. They asked her what would you tell your younger self about who you are now? This is what she said: “I would probably tell my younger self, “Don’t worry about it. You’re always going to be a weirdo, and at some point that’s going to […]
In addition to the Amazing Women’s Expo I worked for a while at ASU on Sunday. I met some students with some really interesting career paths. I was proud listening to where some of these students wanted go with their studies.
I’ll be at the Amazing Women’s Expo tomorrow and Sunday at the My Sexy Toybelt booth (#326). I’ll have some discounts on my live caricatures before noon. Or come by and say hi, you know I love our conversations darling (in my Edna from the Incredibles voice).
I was in Sedona a couple of weeks ago and my camera died. A wonderful lady named Elaine took a few pictures for me and she just sent them over. Thank you, Elaine!
When I first decided to do caricature I had no idea that I could blend “sexy” and funny with my drawings. It wasn’t until I saw the work of comic book artist Adam Hughes (it’s just ironic that his first name is Adam too) that I learned sexy and funny could work. In his published […]