Lord Julius Panhandle, psq.

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

My kiddo painted something alongside me today.

Cheap watercolors. Made a Hulk face that looks how I feel. Stupid human body. Stupid less-than-helpful doctors. 

Sigh.

Cheap watercolors. Made a Hulk face that looks how I feel. Stupid human body. Stupid less-than-helpful doctors.

Sigh.

I’ve been thinking about Robin today. He will, indeed, be missed.

Finished the line-work for a drawing I started in Columbia. Did it in Copic & Faber-Castell pens. Want to erase the pencil, scan it in, and put some color in there.

We shall see if I actually do all that.

Hrm.

1960s armored Batman, GO!!!!!!

1960s armored Batman, GO!!!!!!

Recent sketchbook junk.

I drew a weird tiger-guy that reminds me of Chris Tucker.

In Sharpie.

On a waxy burrito wrapper from Taco Bell.

In Columbia, MO.

I drew a weird tiger-guy that reminds me of Chris Tucker.

In Sharpie.

On a waxy burrito wrapper from Taco Bell.

In Columbia, MO.

In other countries, this is almost as bad as flipping someone the index finger.

I’m in a hotel in Columbia, MO. 

Meh.

In other countries, this is almost as bad as flipping someone the index finger.

I’m in a hotel in Columbia, MO.

Meh.

Whatta wookie!

Whatta wookie!

Sketch-prompt:
“Manatee/Trident/Eleanor Rigby”

Sketch-prompt:
“Manatee/Trident/Eleanor Rigby”

Astrokitty on a bag. It was a slow Wednesday.

Astrokitty on a bag. It was a slow Wednesday.

I did a corporate caricature…for money.

After finding my watercolor version of Jim here somewhat “ghoulish”, I went directly to Adobe Illustrator to do a cheezy-mall-caricature-style version of the man’s likeness. This is just an excerpt of the finished piece, but you get the idea.

Blah. This is why I don’t do actual caricatures. Too much can go wrong!

Oy.

I met Marlon Brando this weekend. It was surreal. I thought he was dead…but photos never lie, right? Still kinda in shock. He was way cooler than you’d expect. Kept talking about his favorite food kiosk in the mall. I didn’t even know they made fried popsicles! He told me most people don’t recognize him in his lucky sombrero. He ended up signing the “Lil’ Apocalypse Now” Trapper-Keeper I’ve had since the failed ’80s cartoon of the same name came out. I pretty much take it with me everywhere…so that was destiny, I guess.

I met Marlon Brando this weekend. It was surreal. I thought he was dead…but photos never lie, right? Still kinda in shock. He was way cooler than you’d expect. Kept talking about his favorite food kiosk in the mall. I didn’t even know they made fried popsicles! He told me most people don’t recognize him in his lucky sombrero. He ended up signing the “Lil’ Apocalypse Now” Trapper-Keeper I’ve had since the failed ’80s cartoon of the same name came out. I pretty much take it with me everywhere…so that was destiny, I guess.

Sketch-prompt: Sloth/”Problem”/Battle-Axe

Sketch-prompt: Sloth/”Problem”/Battle-Axe

More progress on the caricature piece…and seeing what it looks like in B/W. He looks like an irradiated zombie now…but as I add some lighter colors, I’ll make him human again.