Thursday, September 20, 2012


Hopefully you've had time to come down from 
the excessive levels of awesomeness you were exposed to
in my last post.
I mean, normal humans just aren't used to seeing that 
many amazing drawings jammed into one sketchbook.
So I had to break it up into two posts.
For your own safety.
Shall we begin with this Camp Lazlo sketch by
Mr. Joe Murray?
Joe rocks pretty hard.
So does Mike Kunkel.
He drew Hero Bear for me:

And don't deny that you love this
Johnny Bravo by Van Partible:

Check out this gorgeous rough drawing 
from one of indy animator Pat Smith's films:

Alex Soto rocked this Ben 10 Four Arms sketch for me:

Remember Juniper Lee?
I cornered Judd Winnick at Comicon
and had him kick this:

Also in the 
is this Kim Possible sketch by 
character design rock star Stephen Silver:

I even got me some
My Gym Partner is a Monkey
by Tim and Julie Cahill:

And last but not least,
I've got this Chowder drawing by C.H. Greenblatt:

What's even cooler is that nowadays I get to work 
with Carl every day on Fish Hooks!

So how's that for an epic sketchbook?!
I'm not sure why, but over the last 5 years or so 
I've just had artists draw a page in my current sketchbook
instead of having them do it on a separate piece of paper I can plug into this book.
So it's not really filling up anymore.
But that might not be a bad thing.
I mean, I'm not sure this book...

 ...can handle much more


brianna14 said...

I think the awesomeness almost blinded me!! That sketchbook is AMAZING! It's cool to see a bunch of creative artworks from different people. I really like the My Gym Partner's a Monkey one because I named my dog after Jake Spidermonkey!

Mariana =] said...

That's it! I'm going to start a sketchbook that will be way more epic AND awesome than yours!!... no that's really impossible xP
But seriously that sketchbook is just pure awesomeness and I might steal it while you're not looking. Be careful ;)