Friday, July 23, 2010

New York Times Sketch

Pentagon Faces Growing Pressures to Trim Budget After drawing this I began to ponder on the name Pentagon. Would it be weird if the building was a rhombus or a trapezoid, and that's how we referred to it? The Rhombus Faces Growing Pressures to Trim Budget.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Fun with White-Out

It's interesting how different an image can look when the eyes are changed, even slightly. It's said that the eyes are the "windows to the soul," and it does seem that the eyes contain the personality of a person. When removed or covered their persona seems to fade. Maybe that's why zombies are always portrayed as having milky white eyes.

New York Times Sketch

Ask the Experts: Managing Your Online Reputation

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

New York Times Sketch

E-Books Top Hardcovers at Amazon One of the people interviewed for the article predicts that, "within a decade, fewer than 25 percent of all books sold will be print versions." It's sad but printed books won't survive for nostalgia's sake.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

New York Times Sketch

Field Report: A Michigan Teen Farms Her Backyard It's interesting article about a hard working kid who decides to earn money by growing crops and selling them to interested parties.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

New York Times Sketch

 James's Tough Call: Whether to Leave Home Court I picked this headline to draw today, solely because I felt like doing a caricature of LeBron.