Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Super Hero Sketches

Here are some stuff I did while back when I worked at Sony. These weren't done for any show. The Spectacular Spiderman crews were just so bored and frustrated with work that we had to do something fun for a change. So we would do some random sketches of what evers (usually super heroes) and post them up on a wall. It was the only way to stay sane. Yeah, that and the lunch break.

Saturday, August 04, 2007


These are some recent sketches. I gotta say, I had fun drawing them. It has been such a long time since I did life drawings. Little rusty but I think I haven't lost too much. I need to bring fun back to my drawings. Since my job is to draw, it's sad that sometimes (or most of the times) I think of drawing as a chore. That's why I need more sketch sessions. By the way, one of these figures doesn't have feet because I ran out of space. I tend to draw big even though these were drawn on 16 field animation paper.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Brain Dead

Sunday, July 22, 2007

San Diego Comic Con

I'll be at San Diego this coming weekend (Thursday-Sunday). I'll have my sketchbook and we'll be selling Whaleboy toy as well. Look for these banners and this is my cover for the sketchbook. Hope to see you there.

Monday, June 04, 2007


This one didn't make it in my sketchbook which I'm going to have it at San Diego Comicon. Not because I didn't like it, but I usually draw stuff and forget about it. This is my spoof of Whaleboy. I used to make up BS stories and created BS arts of characters that are little too close to Whaleboy's design. Why? Just to make Patrick Morgan (my pal and partner of Whaleboy) nervous and pissed off. I made Kujirakun as if it was some anime character. Too bad I never showed this one to Patrick nor Eduardo (my other pal and partner of Whaleboy). Patrick would've hated me for this BS too, but I gotta say, he's pretty charming.

Thursday, May 24, 2007


I'm going to have a sketchbook for San Diego Comicon. This is one of the images with many others. I cleaned it up and colored it but I won't post that here. Hopefully the book comes out on time.

Monday, March 26, 2007


Monday, January 15, 2007


I try not to post anything disturbing and try to stay family friendly as much as possible. Then again, that won't represent more than half the work I do for fun. And when you really look at these, these are more weird than bad (as in evil). And they are just plain bad art I know. And by all means, I ain't no furry, I just do these crap to amuse myself. But I guess that's how some furries started out. Crap! Anyways, these are I guess what you can say the opposite of Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny and all them animal based cartoon characters that talk and move like human. These would be what animals would draw human as themselves. I didn't color them but try to visualise them in human flesh tones (pink, yellow, brown, etc.) instead of the actual animal colors. We didn't color Mickey, Woody, and others in flesh tones. Why would they want to color these in animal patterns.

Friday, January 12, 2007

Fat bastard

Tuesday, January 09, 2007


Look out for Whaleboy vinyl figures. We finally approved the artist proof of the toys. So far, there are going to be 3 different variations. Original color scheme (baby blue), a Goth (glossy black with pale faces), and an Albino (pale all around with a hint of pink). These are limited in numbers so grab them while you can. Munkey King in LA will be doing the opening for our toy debut. There's going to be a party and a gallery show. Check out Munkey King's site for more details. And also Kid Robot (both online and retail stores) and other fine art vinyl shops will be carrying out little man. You can also visit our own if you want to buy direct from us. Or gives us a call for more details. We'll be at San Diego Comicon this summer too, so make sure to stop by and check him out.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Pain in the neck.

I've been working on so many things for last month or so. I have been pulling few all nighters. I really thought that I don't have to do that bullshit after college, but it seems like I do more all nighters than I ever did in college. My neck and shoulders feel so stiff. I seriously need to get some massage. I think the pain I'm having is turning into chronic pain. It's definitely here to stay. I feel so freakin old when ever I look in the mirror. I hardly get to sleep as I used to. I wish I can sleep 10 hours straight. So drawing for myself is kinda out of question lately. But I can't complain what I do though. I need to make money to feed the family and buy diapers for the little one. Here are some life drawings I did, back when I was free enough to take workshops.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Fullerton Police Car

City of Fullerton has this one cop car that's modified from 2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser. The siren is original 50's police car siren, at least that's what the officer told me. I say it looks pretty damn good for a cop car. I've never seen it go on a chase nor stop you for traffic violation though. This thing only shows up on Thursday for farmers market and some other city functions. I would love to see Scion xB cop car, it'll be funny. Anyways, these photos are reference materials if I ever build a model kit of PT and modify it to look like this one.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Hurray for Whaleboy!

It's official. And Nick said we can finally say it to the world. We (Patrick Morgan, Ed Acosta, and I) just signed the contract with Nickelodeon to do a development for Whaleboy. We are one step closer to making the Whaleboy cartoon. Wish us luck and in mean time look out for our up coming Whaleboy vinyl figures. And yes, T-shirts are still available.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Dog Town

Some dogs and their owners at Fullerton farmer's market.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Tea Time

Another WWII doodle. This time a Brit tank officer in North African Campaign.

Friday, August 04, 2006


For a pacifist I have this weird fascinations about armors, weapons, and war. And WWII is one of my favorite subjects. I was just checking out one of my books and did this doodle based on one image from the book.

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Evening at Huntington Beach

Michelle, baby, and I went to Huntington Beach yesterday (Saturday). It was Lee's first visit to a beach and he was very happy. He got scared of sand and wouldn't want to stand on it. At the end of the day, Lee was totally pooped out. Anyways, we were there to see Mike Williams for his going away party. He's leaving California to go back to his hometown in Colorado. And we couldn't find the party. There were so many people, because of The Beach Games or something. All the surf and skate related companies were there and of course whole lot of people and parking spot was pretty hard to find. We walked around and checked between the lifeguard station 7 through 11 and I couldn't find any face I recognize. But it was fun being there and we gotta visit there more often.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Some more archives

Some random characters I did for various reasons.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006


Gosh, I'm still recovering from comicon. It was just too overwhelming. I just vegged all day today. If it wasn't for Jose Lopez (Mariachi Samurai), Howard Shum (Gun Fu comics), Martin Hsu (Folk Pop), Richard Pose (The Z's) and Mike Williams (Knuckles) for their books, I probably didn't do anything today. I traded my sketches for their books. I think I spent like $2000 last year and I know I need to control myself this time. So I promised myself before I went to comic con this year that I will not spend any money on anything, except for food and water and lodging of course. It was pretty tough though. Just looking at all those art books, comics, toys, and other stuff was pretty painful. This con, I was mainly there to promote Whaleboy and it went well. Lot of people showed interests, we had prototype sculptures of Whaleboy toy and T shirts for sale. Patrick sold lot of his sketch books. And I know I said this for past few years and I'll say it again. I need to put a book together for next comic con. Hopefully I'll follow through this time. And many thanks to my buddies/partners Patrick Morgan and Ed Acosta for supplying me with booze.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

for Rafael

Hey dude. Sorry for sending these photos so late. It's been like what, 3 month? I'm gonna post them so other people can see them too. For other people, this is my friend Rafael and my baby, Lee. We went to school together. He lives in New York, working for Blue Sky as a Story Artist. He worked on Robots, Ice Age 2 and I don't know what he's working on right now. He likes to surf and skate and he misses So Cal. Check out his blog for his arts, check out the link under Families and Friends.