Some films studies.
The first two are from Chinatown.
The third is from Mud.
The last is from The American.
Sesame and Peanut.
They used to be equals and totally inseparable. But Peanut ran away one day and after we found her and brought her back the next day, Sesame has never treated her the same. Now they’re like strangers to each other. I’m totally bummed.
This painting represents what they used to be like.
Little Turnip (aka Charming) is always following us around demanding for treats. We’ve totally spoiled her.
To raise funds for the “Searle in America” show at the Cartoon Art Museum this Fall, many wonderful and generous artists have donated Searle-inspired artwork for an Ebay auction in mid-July.
The artwork on this blog are simply amazing and the numbers grow each day. Go and have a look!
Above is my contribution.
This is Ginger. She’s obeys no rules and will never take no for an answer. She will try to eat anything and everything. She looks kind of dumb with her beady eyes, but somehow she ended up being the mob boss of the chicken organization. I’ve always wondered how it happened since she’s totally chill. Maybe it’s because she’s the fattest of the bunch.