Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Anyway, Don animated this scene and drew some of us as crowd characters.
From left to right, Paul Maron, Janine Dawson, Don MacKinnon, Sebastian LaCosta and the guy who worked in layout but eventually left to play the doctor character in "A country Practice".
This is me as a Jap soldier, Don drew this but I don't recall the reason.
Hey Don, any hints?
Louie Garcia drew this back in 78, I recall he took a great deal of time over it and would not show it to me until it was finished. Unfortunately, the scan I made did not match the quality of the original. Best I could do though.
Jack P. by Arthur
Don captured a truly historical moment here. It was, if not, my very first hangover.
I dragged my sorry arse into work that morning, grabbed a coffee, then Don drew this real fast.
As seedy as I was feeling, I was nonetheless almost proud of this initiation.
One that I can sadly say, I have never learnt the wisdom from.
but I cannot recall wether Don or I drew this.
This drawing of Rodney was already pinned up on the wall at Hanna's the day I started there.
Don probably drew this in 76?
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
"Your impression of my school uniform and general lack of demure. The accuracy is astounding and I left it in colour because of the red stitching that I used to repair my Levi Californians for all those years."
"Return to the scene of the crime. Me in Ron Hilton's office but this time during work hours. I had to leave this one in colour because of the chocolate induced pimples."
"More drawings from you for you. This one is about me being tired I think. Do you remember the cleaner, Ishmal? He used to call me plum eyes for some reason. Still not getting enough sleep to this day."
"I wore my "yaks wool" top for so long that it kept my shape when I finally removed it at night. So the story goes."
Friday, May 15, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
Alas, yet another load from good ol' Muz.
Some of these brought on heaps of flashbacks for me, Murray's steel trap and razor sharp memory however,
soon brought light to events from the past.
This is the first drawing I have to send you from a reasonably long list. This drawing is one of the few I have from Rick Tinschert. I think it's pretty self explanatory if you know the character involved...
This one is from Greg Ingram.
I can't remember if this guys name was Andy Thorne or Thore. Rough as guts guy but a heart of gold and oh boy! could he sure draw.
Showing up to the International Frizbee Championships decked out in intimidating regalia.
I think I drew this over an H.B. key of whatever I was working on at the time.
Murray's opinion of Irena Slapzinski.
I was given a scene of hers to inbetween where Popeye arrives at left of screen holding a hundred suitcases that's the first key. The second key drawing has Popeye standing in the middle of screen next to a bus. All the luggage is piled onto the top of the bus. That's it. She did two drawings to tell the whole scene. I added the inbetweening grid into the image at the time you did the drawing and I still think it belongs there.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Simon And Don give James advice. By Simon
Greggles by James Baker.
Some Businessmen treated sympathetically by Arthur.
Chris Hauge the old Roue.By Don Mackinnon.
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Friday, April 17, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Nonsense from Don
Silliness from James.
Silliness from James