Lord Julius Panhandle, psq.

The artblog of a half-human/half-yeti psychic cartoonist living in Kansas.

KIK: ThePsysquatch

EMAIL: Lordpanhandle@yahoo.com

Recent Astrokitty sketch done in Illustrator. Trying to come up with a t-shirt design, tbh.

Recent Astrokitty sketch done in Illustrator. Trying to come up with a t-shirt design, tbh.

The word was “ARMADILLO”.

The word was “ARMADILLO”.

The word was “hunger”.

The word was “hunger”.

The word was “comfort”.

The word was “comfort”.

More collaboration after the fact with my daughter. She fires off little scribbles like lightning and then I draw what I see within the marks.

A merman sketch done in Adobe Illustrator.

A merman sketch done in Adobe Illustrator.

Warming up in Illustrator. I have a caricature to do!

I address the “clop” situation at a local juice bar while waiting for a doctor appointment.

Using a terribly-cheap watercolor set featuring Minnie Mouse on the cover, my daughter and I unlocked the magic inside!

Carrot.

Adobe Ideas.

Carrot.

Adobe Ideas.

Cartoony manta ray, rhino, & bat. Done this evening with ballpoint pen.

Cartoony manta ray, rhino, & bat. Done this evening with ballpoint pen.

Astrokitty drawn on a couple of bags today.

I guess “good-night”s are in order. 

Good-night to you, stalwart followers & bored insomniacs.

Sleep the sleep of the just or the “just here”, if you can get it.

Another week? Another seven days full of tragedy and joy. Such is human existence, eh?

Oh…and RIP, Maverick!

I guess “good-night”s are in order.

Good-night to you, stalwart followers & bored insomniacs.

Sleep the sleep of the just or the “just here”, if you can get it.

Another week? Another seven days full of tragedy and joy. Such is human existence, eh?

Oh…and RIP, Maverick!

Weekend sketches.

I did these all in a little sketchbook I took to Clay Center with me. Drew the jellyfish in a bumpy car.

Got a caricature commission and more graphic novel design stuff to work on this upcoming week plus, well, life.

Running a business, having a home-life, playing kickball, organizing events? All that stuff is awesome, but it also means less creative time.

So, I draw on the road. On the toilet. At restaurants. While having conversations with people.

Of course, I’d likely do that anywho. I’m compulsive-ish, at times.

Wonders of adult ADD?