Thank You ABC for S.H.I.E.L.D.

by Patrick on March 1, 2014

in Homage,Portraits

Charles Gunn as Deathlok?
I haven’t been this happy since that episode of new avatar that didn’t have Kora.
And another doodle.
It’s funny how rare I draw super heroes even though comics have been so important to me all my life.

classy cat

by Patrick on February 27, 2014

in Everything

It may be too soon, it may be eternally inappropriate, its posted.
Done. If you buy me a beer I will tell you the story of a doomed relationship.

Gone with the breeeeze

by Patrick on February 26, 2014

in Everything,Movies

This has nothing to do with Rock band, it just reminds me how fun “Sunday morning” is to play.
A Day of the Dead sorta Gone With the Wind design… for a mexican restaurant…

its not presidents day anymore

by Patrick on February 25, 2014

in Portraits,Silhouettes

Actually drew this on the train. Had me trusty brush pen loaded with ink.


by Patrick on February 24, 2014

in Everything

If you go to Jersey bring your ID, otherwise they won’t let you jump.

John Greenwood (process)

by Patrick on February 22, 2014

in "Science",Homage,Portraits

To celebrate George Washington’s birthday, Here’s a process post for a portrait of his favorite dentist.
Thomer thought a process post for my portrait of John Greenwood would be interesting.
Here goes. Greenwood was one of George Washington’s denture makers. He considered himself a dentist, but so did Paul Revere.
Aside from being raised by a dentist, and having his siblings join the trade, he didn’t have any formal training. He actually kind of avoided being a dentist but fell in to it anyway, became famous and was hired by the First President.
All I could find for reference was a silhouette drawing.
But I wanted him looking straight on, so I had to figure it out. (above)
I tried to make him younger and more eager, he was only 29 when he made GW’s first set of dentures. Also I looked at a bunch of random Greenwoods on Facebook hoping there would be a visible family link. (Found several with exactly the right nose)
I was trying to be an Angelatron.
Trust me, I am sparing you a lot of crap and just showing the one sketch that took me where I wanted:
The moment we are all terrified of, imagine being under the drill when folks didn’t need a degree, or novocaine… or soap.
Though, not anatomically correct (your jaws don’t do that) the dentures(at least the bottom one) are correct. These are the first dentures Greenwood made for the president, it includes one tooth still rooted in Washington’s head. The tool is pointing to it.. kind of. That tool is authentic too, I believe Greenwood had a patent for this device (pedal powered).
That’s the final drawing. John Greenwood, one of the greatest tinkerers ever and the most famous dentist in american history.

old man

by Patrick on February 16, 2014

in Everything,Portraits

Happy birthday toothless.
May your steak be soft and your soda pop cold.

Love it!

by Patrick on February 12, 2014

in Everything


hacking it up.

by Patrick on February 11, 2014

in Everything



by Patrick on February 10, 2014

in Everything