Feb 9, 2007

I See The Light


I was given another assignment for a magazine. The theme was "light". So this was the first thought that came into my head. I'm not really sure why. I have some crucifixes and buddahs at home, so I just started sketching away. The silly writing just poured out of my small brain quite rapidly.

9 comments:

FerdinandKreozot said...

"Rapidly" is the best way. For me, it's the only way, although I regret it often.
ADD is a harsh mistress.
Anyhow, I keep comming back here now, as I find your art quite enjoyable.
Cheers for that,

Milenko

Fifi LePew said...

ha! the art storyline reminds me of when I was a teenager stoned on acid and my friend & I saw an alien spaceship. We were so excited and ran & told my brother. "It's just a police helicopter," he said.

In "Writing Down the Bones" Natalie Goldman suggests a writing practice in which you write as fast as you can for a page or two to warm up and to clear the garbage at the surface, and to dig up stuff you wouldn't ordinarily think about in a "logical" way. Then you can get down to your "serious" stuff. Looks like it works for drawing, as well.

Ana Banana said...

TOMMY...you just crack me up! GoD! I think I've seen the LIGHT! -- in your artwork and sense of humor! it is wonderful...the best light, cause it's light and, yet, deep and dark and full of pun and satire and you! I particularly like the MIckey Mouse! that's a priceless combination, Tommy!

I always check your blog out first, Tommy, first thing in the morning. MOstly because it really begins my day on a LIGHT and happy note!

:o)

Ana Banana said...

still laughing...

thanks for my daily dose.

Anonymous said...

Very clever, Tom Kane.

Tommy Kane said...

Sometimes I even crack myself up.

Felicity said...

So funny! Can almost hear you saying those words!

Anonymous said...

is this the only way to get you??? i love the napkin....want to put a copy it in my apt...al says you should patent it...where the laker drawing??
the freak

Felicity said...

Good job there is no chocolate in your drawing!