So here’s my Part II to the stickering project that I’m sort of doing… It’s become more and more fun and interesting, especially with all the encouraging emails and comments. Here’s a second bunch of hand-drawn stickers as well as some printed stickers. I plan to make some Colorform / interacting type stickers that I can send around.
This batch includes the dad with a guy, the kid with his hands up, the fat man with the ice cream cone, the Child Molester, and the kid with the yo-yo.
Sticker Scene … Later that evening, I dropped this one on the Tavern floor.
Sticker Set – This one I was able to stick up! phew.
You should be able to figure out what character this guy is . . . I wasn’t sure where I wanted him lurking.
Here’s a sticker I made for a new independent record label that I’m currently drawing t-shirts and posters for. I thought I’d make them a sticker and see if they wanted to make more to stick around town or send to folks.
Close-up of possible sticker interaction on my table. I think I’ll stick the big guy dropping the ice cream cone along with the child molester holding the lollipop. They seem to go together for some reason.
Accessories. I think I like drawing them. Here I made a business guy tripping and there’s his attache case. Later, I made an elderly gentlemen and his walker. They should all be interacting in a fine drama on your local utility box..
I started to make this giant Russian guy for a skateboard project I’m working on. I drew him a couple sticker bottles of Vodka and a handgun. Sounds like a good night to me. Anyhow, here he is . . . large, in charge, and Russian.
A successful stick’em up of a scene I like to call “stick’em up”… wocka, wocka. I hope to put up some more intricate sticker scenes in the coming weeks. Okay, back to drawing and cutting….
(somewhere on Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles, CA)