Thursday, January 22, 2009

Boys Are Boys And Monks Are Choice

Eddie!      Larry!    Roger!     Gary!     Dave!

I met a monk!!! Eddie, the bassist/singer of the Monks! Last Thursday night my friend, KXLU dj Sean took me to the Silent Movie Theatre to see a documentary about this notorious 60s American G.I. German band. To my surprise and delight, there was a social treat that neither my friend or I were informed of, a real live Monk!

It's not everyday you get to meet one of your musical heroes, I feel quite lucky. And he was so nice too!

In this performance on a German television show, Eddie is the one who sings first. Enjoy!

Here's my first post about them back during the summer: Shut Up, Don't Cry.

Sunday, January 11, 2009


We ate celebratory weenies for birthday fun!

And there are still seven days left on...

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Ebay Auction: Sketchbook!

Helloooo, I'm selling a Moleskine sketchbook filled with doodles.

I used pen, pencil, and marker, oh ya and loooove. There are 192 pages of my art, and has an official Spumco Product sticker on the cover. I kept this sketchbook with me during September 2008 while working on the pilot of The George Liquor Show.

It even has two pages containing doodles from friends/co-workers Katie Rice and Rex Hackelberg from a lunch meeting with boss John K.

Here is some other art I have posted in the past that is in this sketchbook.

Thanks for your time :) :) :)

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Hey There, Georgie Boy


These are all old, you might remember from what time period, like seven months ago, May I think. I've learned tons from doing them, and John helped me understand all the things I was doing wrong. Lately I've been practicing in my free time drawing toys.

Coming Soon: William Shatner obsession, sketchbook for sale, and toys!

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Happy Go Lucky

The drawing is boring, but the character it's based off is anything but. Happy Go Lucky came out a while ago, but I think it's still in some theaters out there. I just saw it recently at the Beverly Center, and it is defintely worth your while.

My pal Sean wanted me to see the film, not just because he thought it was entertaining, but the main character reminded him of someone...

I don't want to give out too many details, but it is generally about a happy school teacher. Sounds simple, don't it? Probably my pick for film of the year, if it were up to me, which it is not.

Watch out, she's pretty wacky!

Start the new year with a feel good film, unlike many of the films out recently, that are full of ugliness. Have some goddamn happy.

If you have already seen it(or have been easily swayed), write your opinion in the comments!