Had to pick a Savage Love letter and do a spot piece for it. I chose one about this cat who's allegedly got a thing for girls pretending to be dead, but is super grossed out by the thought of a REAL dead lady. He ends up paying some chick in a dungeon to realize his fantasy, but surprisingly he's unaroused by the situation. Maybe some fantasies are better off kept in the imagination? Dunno.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Anyway, ink on crappy paper. I planned to use at least two colors but I fell in love with just the orange. Yay Halloween.
Posted by Cailin at 5:04 AM
Friday, September 18, 2009
The colors are a HELLUVA lot brighter, neon-ish pink and bright greens and yellows. It's uploading like shit.
Anyway, illustration for a review of Thomas Pynchon's new crime-nior novel Inherent Vice. It's set in 1970, CA, and revolves around Doc, this stoner P.I. cat. Kind of like Fear and Loathing but less interesting. I haven't read it, but this is what I'm assuming. The 70s are the epitome of gross and suck.
I need to stop ripping off Derek Yaniger. I love his style so much. I'm sorry, Derek!
Posted by Cailin at 3:58 PM
Cat lady for Eros. Our first assignment was a pinup... kittens, pink, boobies, not much to say about this one. It'd look nice with a vignette bg.
Posted by Cailin at 3:52 PM