I hoped to attend the Pledge Party event at Meltdown over the weekend, but that day was booked up. I had to bake & deliver a bunch of double stuffed chocolate cupcakes for a friend's event, then off to do day job stuff, then to the Friedman talk, and then off to get laid. So, you know, I was busy. But here's a drawing I got from one of the Pledge Party participants, Robbi Rodriguez, a couple of weeks ago, which he made for a good cause. I said "draw me a mecha sheep! Like Transformers, but a sheep!" and he was like, "I have a better idea." Behold the Battle Sheep!
I put it in a ridiculously overdone gold gilded frame recently salvaged from elsewhere and hung it in the bathroom. It looks great!
Speaking of frames, a little while ago I woke up at 3 a.m. with the thought that the plain IKEA frames I tossed the Lewis Trondheim sketches into years ago, obtained after a short period of standing in a line whatever year that was he was a guest at CCI, were boring. So I got out of bed and painted them dark blue on the fronts, mixing a dark near-black purple for the sides. Much better.
Once I finished I realized it's high time I get these smaller pieces sitting in folders into frames and onto the walls. I shall paint all of their frames, too! But differently.