@lolagil inspired by listening to artist John Currin. I like when artists can be honest with their vision and avoid simply manufacturing their work as if it were subservient to their brand. There is quite a difference between expanding the course of one's brand vs simply reproducing it over and over again.
After several decades of traveling back and forth from his planet to Earth caring for his favorite Earthbound dog, Invader Mitch discovered that his Pug had sired a litter. At Giant Robot this Saturday for @lukechueh curated show, Friends With Animals, Los Angeles
Vampires VS Unicorns The Kickstarter for the game https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/293686724/vampires-vs-unicorns-floor-war-game
I've made these "cabinet cards" available at my website. I found a great thick card stock that is pretty close to those old 19th century photographs that we find in antique stores, flea markets, and estate sales. There are 5 cards in a set. Images on the front, stories on the back. with one card signed. This is the link: http://www.travislouieart.com/limited-prin…/cabinet-card-set
This is the painting that started my series of Eccentric Victorians and their extraordinary Animal companions. This is "The Family Yeti". It is a painting about an aristocratic family in England that acquired a Yeti in the 1700's and passed it down through several generations to the early 20th Century as the species tends to have a lifespan that is a few hundred years.
Also going to the University of Wyoming Museum exhibit, this piece from the old days when Chester had recurring dreams of being at his Uncle Pete's house in Fort Lee, New Jersey, . . . The house was full of very warm and friendly relatives, who also had displays of horns on their heads.
From that time I was asked to draw Popeye. This drawing was in a show dedicated to the artists take on popular iconic cartoon characters "Popeye Dreams" 9"x12", graphite on paper Spinach eater, Olive lover, pipe smoker, captain, . . . .