Tiny drawing 2 Monday January 8, 2007, 4 comments

 

Originally drawn in pencil 7/8” x 7/8”.


Comments

hoi-en Monday January 8, 2007


I dig the wee drawings. They’re fun and charming. Are you enlarging them on-screen for our benefit?

Adrian Tuesday January 9, 2007


Well, I’m getting old. It’s harder and harder to see these wee drawings :)

Dug Wednesday January 10, 2007


If you’re running short on paper, I have some blank sketch books I can send your way ;)

James Wednesday January 10, 2007


Dude, for whatever reason I’ve got the ‘Peas on when I saw this. Don’t ask why—not sure I could answer, but that doesn’t matter.

Anyway, I can see this guy tearin’ up that 1” square! Wicked actually. May just have to steal the idea ;)

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