Stef’s Cat and Dragon

Stef requested “a cat and a dragon”…

and got the full Hundred Dollar Drawing package including clean-up:

and a video:

Stef requested “a cat and a dragon”… and got the full Hundred Dollar Drawing package including clean-up: and a

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Alistair’s “Brilliant Mistake”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing…

…with a video:

A Hundred Dollar Drawing… …with a

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Roz’s Librarian Lap Dance

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Roz’s request was, “WOULD YOU ASK A LIBRARIAN FOR A LAP DANCE?”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Roz’s request was, “WOULD YOU ASK A LIBRARIAN FOR A LAP

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Win’s Blockage

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Win asked me to do a self-portrait with artist’s block; I depicted the kind of blockage I’m actually suffering right now.

This one is meta, because some of the snotty handkerchiefs I drew in the drawing of me drawing, are in the photo of the drawing of me drawing!

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Win asked me to do a self-portrait with artist’s block; I depicted the kind of blockage I’m actually suffering right now. This one is

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Raeanne’s Wild Cosmos.

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Raeanne’s request was “wild cosmos.” I like abstract requests like that.

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Raeanne’s request was “wild cosmos.” I like abstract requests like

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Jon’s Sewist

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Jon asked for “Older lady with a lot of hair, wearing a hoodie, making teddy bears on an old-timey black sewing machine, while a stocky short-haired dog looks on.”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Jon asked for “Older lady with a lot of hair, wearing a hoodie, making teddy bears on an old-timey black sewing machine, while a

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Gia’s Bobby Playing Piano

A Hundred Dollar Drawing.

A Hundred Dollar

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Chris’s Cute Trick-or-Treaters

A Hundred Dollar Drawing.

A Hundred Dollar

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Mike’s “Steelonius”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Mike requested “Thelonious Monk playing steel guitar wearing a cowboy hat.”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Mike requested “Thelonious Monk playing steel guitar wearing a cowboy

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Pat’s Rangda

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Pat’s request was, “something Hindu and Bali ish.”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Pat’s request was, “something Hindu and Bali

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Jimi’s Maha Kali

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Jimi asked for “Maha Kali.”

A Hundred Dollar Drawing. Jimi asked for “Maha

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Heather’s Ultimate Frisbee

A Hundred Dollar Drawing.

A Hundred Dollar

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Introducing Hundred Dollar Drawings!

Notice: This has been popular! New orders temporarily suspended while I work on backlog. I’ll offer Hundred Dollar Drawings again soon.

Example of a $100 drawing

$100: Tell Nina what to draw* and she’ll draw it. It could be as vague as a word (“quadruped,” “equinox”) or more specific (“a cat driving a car,” “a sun and moon shaking hands”) or even more specific (“a tabby cat driving a convertible sportscar over a cardboard box,” “a sun and moon shaking hands over planet Earth, sky behind them half night and half day”). Nina will email you a photo of the finished drawing, and post it on her blog and social media.

*Specify drawing in Paypal checkout

 

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I video’ed myself drawing

Here’s the drawing:

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Inktober 2016, October 19-22

I noticed some artist and animator friends were posting drawings with the hashtag #inktober. This is the sort of thing I never do. But it had been years since I’d respectfully drawn with ink on paper, and I kind of missed it. So I ordered myself some different brush pens, and the day they arrived I sat down and drew these:

“Flight”

No warm-ups, no practice, just bam, out they came.

It’s been more than a decade since I’ve drawn in this style, with ink on paper. I’ve avoided it due to burn-out from drawing daily comic strips. Advice to you kids: turning something you enjoy into a daily job is a great way to make you

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