Wednesday, August 06, 2008

New Drawing.

Watercolor pencils and ink.

15 comments:

Vincent said...

That is really nice looking.

Onsmith said...

Thanks Vincent! Glad I could be in that show with you - I enjoy the work I've seen of yours.

Henry said...

Hi Jer,

Check out this artist from Poland...good stuff, I think:
http://lomosfera.blog.pl/

-Hank

Onsmith said...

That's some pretty cool stuff, Henry. Thanks for the link.

Phantom Spitter said...

(Sob!) That is the most beautiful vomit I've ever seen! I just read Hotwire Comix #2 today and your comic stood out. Is it a true story?

Onsmith said...

Yep, it's all true. There's more to that story, but with page constraints with anthologies, I couldn't give it full justice. Thanks for checking out my stuff!

Phantom Spitter said...

Yeah, I figured you couldn't make that stuff up. Will you ever do an extended version of it?

David DeGrand said...

Man I love me a good vomit drawing! Very weird but very cool, nice job!

Onsmith said...

Phantom - yeah, I may revisit this story at some point. Of course, I haven't made much comics lately, so who knows...

Thanks for the comment David!

Phantom Spitter said...

If there is a Hotwire #3, you could do a "part 2" of your story in it. Only a suggestion. Do you know if there's going to be a third Hotwire?

Onsmith said...

Indeed, there will be a third issue of Hotwire and I'll be doing a fictional story for it involving tornadoes. If anything, I'll redo the story and lengthen it some day. Thanks very much for your interest!

Bob Flynn said...

Hey Onsmith! You definitely have a knack for the vomit. I love the angularity of you latest stuff. Especially when you put it up against a more organic cartoony line.

Kyle said...

maybe if those guys got rid of the human faces they wouldn't be sick? It must be that disease you get after you chop people's heads off and where them over your body parts. I got that once in the 3rd grade, my mom never let me go the neighbors again.

P.S. Amazing piece or work.

Kyle said...

*amazing piece OF work.

Onsmith said...

Thanks Bob and Kyle! Yeah, I wanted to try to incorporate the two styles in one drawing to see how they interacted - didn't realize I'd be drawing vomit at the time though.