Thursday, 13 December 2012

Some more of old Radge D. and the storyboard roughs for Silvy's Storm.

A bit more of Radge, these are ink on acetate laid over watercolours. I like that you can move the drawing around like a layer in photoshop, and make the colour miss the lines which looks so good in screenprinting.

Radge Dalbot
The cheek of yoof!

Radge Dalbot
Sheet clamp niggles.

Radge in the Raj ,rough

Radge Dalbot
Radge in the Raj

Radge Dalbot
Radge's mate.

On to the roughs for Silvy's Storm, a previous post. One thing I enjoy looking at is storyboards and roughs, they show thinking and revisions but more they are the genesis of the ideas and tell you as in shorthand, about the chaotic creative process!

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Keiser Report- Royal Bank of Scotland Gobbledygook

Something that tickled me a few weeks ago on the Keiser report. He always cheers me up when he gets excited.

Keiser Report, Max Keiser, agitprop, satirical cartoon, cloudpine451

Monday, 3 December 2012

Radge Dalbot, a legendary sheet metal worker.

 Radge Dalbot was spawned as a bit of folklore by some of the older guys at the old workshop at Rapide Sheet Metal. I can only remember that they used him as a hero figure for us young'ns. Those were the days, back in the nineties! I drew him out of a mix of those old guys, they stick in the memory because they had character.

In a small shop everyone has a role and personality, and a space to let this ferment, into what you might call eccentric behavior. It was a lot of fun!