Sunday, April 13, 2008

Wrench


Thanks guys for all the great comments! I feel fully recovered from the virus that plagued me for over two weeks. Just in time too, as life tends to work that way, that I feel better on the week I begin working again. Sigh. You think there's some connection between stress and increased immunity? I haven't really had much drawing time outside of work, but hopefully there'll be more opportunities. Here's a quick sketch of some dude that I don't know personally.

20 comments:

Mimi Cortazar said...

Thanks for comment man :) wow you have her great sketch,nice color.

ps: Nod 32 antivirus program is great for cleaning you computer.

Albert said...

Hey Joseph, this is non-sketch related, but that's right about sickness... you work hard and stay healthy, then get sick just as vacation or free weekends roll around. Anyway, good to see you post a new one.

Tony DiStefano said...

Joseph,
This is a terrific drawing!It has power and flow and you cant beat that combination.

Craig Zablo said...

Glad you're feeling better. And I don't think that you'd want to know that hombre that you drew... he is one mean lookin' dude.

mark covell said...

I think that's why I took a long hiatus. If I get sick there's STILL TIME left!! Glad your back. Nice work.

Shawn Scott Palmer said...

Hey!...I think I brought it pretty good in ping pong today. I would've done a lot better against your partner in crime, the D-man, if it wasn't for that Abbott and Costello play by play commentary you and Jerry were giving. I've got rug burns to show my dedication and enthusiam for the game not to mention my own brand spanking new paddle. I've even begun reconditioning my body to become a more agile and effecient player by cutting out all red meat and eating more fruits and vegetables while maintaining an healthy protein intake by consuming plenty of soy based products, legumes, and non-fat cottage cheese and yogurts. I actually prefer the vanilla non-fat yogurt from Trader Joes. It has a thicker custard-like texture that I'm very fond of. I also drink plenty of water to prevent myself from dehydrating during one of our nail-biting matches.....Oh...by the way...cool drawing. ;)

Lovelace said...

Yes, Officer Goodcop, that's the guy who shot me. You sure he can't see through this glass?

Dan szilagyi said...

Hey thanks for stopping by Joe!
I saw you on the blue harvest DVD dude, nice to match a face to the blog

thanks for the comment

cheers~

Adrian Barrios said...

sweet as always! - love the attitude!

Kenji Ono said...

Nice drawing, Joe. what character is this?

john said...

Glad you feel better Joe. Nice little sketch you've posted. I like the line quality & little highlights.

Arrolynn said...

Thank you for the comment. You have really nice work here...your sketches have so much texture! I hope you don't mind if I link you!

Beatriz Iglesias said...

Wow! I've been looking your artwork and your realistic illos are amazing! Those faces...Bruce Lee...King LeĆ³nidas...there are not only well done, the've got somethig special. Great job ^__^
And thanks for your comment at my blog!

abeoh! said...

woooo.. nice blog you got here! thanks for dropping by mine :D i will keep tabs on you from now on.

Kalo Varea said...

Woooh!
What a artwork!!
THAT'S GREAT!!
I wanna see more, more, more!

Craig Mackay said...

Thanks for checking out my blog. You have some fantastic drawings here! Nice work, Joseph.

Eric Orchard said...

Great drawing, I also love the way you draw technology. Great blog.

Juampa said...

Amazong stuff Joseph!! I love your style and your sketches!

I´ll back over here soon!!

Cheers!

Joseph Lee said...

Thank you guys(and gals) for all the comments! I tell ya, it's keeping me going when some days it gets hard just to grab a pencil and paper!

Mimi: Nod 32? Very funny!

Shawn: You still suck on ping-pong!

Lovelace: LOL!

Dan Szilagyi: You saw the making of?! Yikes. I have no excuse for how I look in that DVD!

Kenji: These are just doodles of chracters I'm trying to come up with for later. Maybe a book?

Arrolynn: I'd appreciate the link! Thanks!

Ken said...

glad your feeling better mate!

Nice sketch. I cant say I've ever experienced the immunity thing before though!