Monday, October 31, 2011

"Fantasy" by DYE, directed by Jérémie Périn..

crazy. Perfect for Halloweeeeeeen!!  it gets really good at 2min..

thanks dave.

Skinny Guy

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Mural by Liqen, Spain

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Roa, from the republic of Gambia..

I've posted some ROA before here.  This is a relatively new piece, can't be too much public art in Africa. enjoy..

Friday, October 28, 2011

Shadow Man

Epic Sketchbook: Liz Steel..

Beautiful pages form Australian artist Liz Steel..

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Bicycle Girl

Cable Boarders, East Coast Park..

There's this little lake adjacent to the ocean out on East Coast park where they have "Cable Boarding".. I'm new to this one, but they are really fun to watch and sketch! Enjoy.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Pimple Girl

Random Beach-goers..

More sketches from my tropical weekends on Tanjung beach on Sentosa. Later in the day on Sunday the girls get fancy, and are just fantastic if you can capture the attitudes!

this girl had an epic sneer.

Asians love to photograph their food prior to consumption.. so..

Vic and I.. rare shot of her drinking.  btw.. that's beer with ice cubes.. a bit of a tradition here in singapore.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Yawing Face

Epic Sketchbook: Checking back with Suhita Shirodkar..

San Jose based artist Suhita Shirodkar was featured a while ago.. some new stuff..

Monday, October 24, 2011

Two faces

Bend Film Festival

The last time I was at the Bend Film Festival was 3 years ago, and although I had a great time, they really bungled up my film schedule.

This year I was there in a much more high-profile situation. I had a tiny art exhibition at a coffee shop, and a short that I storyboarded, “The Ingrid Pitt Story”, was playing, along with “Guard Dog Global Jam”, and Alexia Anastasio's wonderful documentary, “Adventures in Plymptoons”.

I was also there as a shorts judge, and the MC of the closing ceremonies. Bend Film is the kind of festival that maximizes your visit.

You'd think with all these high-profile events, we'd get huge crowds for the documentary about me, but there were usually only about 20-30 people for each screening.

Alexia and I had an intense argument as to the reason – she thinks it's because we've got bad screening times, I say it's a matter of publicity. People who see the film love it, or so they say – maybe it's just that no one gives a shit about Bill Plympton. Anyway, this is a very serious dilemma for Alexia and I. We've put a lot of time, energy, and money into this film and we really want it to find its audience. If you have any ideas, please let us know, at

Beach Volleyball Players..

I go to Tanjung Beach Club on Sentosa Island every Sunday to eat and drink for free (thanks vic).. and I'm always impressed by the beach v-ball players.. they're very good and take it very seriously:-/

Victoria reads while I draw.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Wave Pool Surfers..

Met some people from my drawing class for a sketch session on the beach, where they have this epic wave pool, always good for finding interesting poses..