"Miss Clara and her Space Uniform" print released last week here: http://www.travislouieart.com/limited-prints/
Signing "The Incredible Mr What" prints. Prints are available at http://www.travislouieart.com/limited-prints/the-incredible-mr-what
"The Incredible Mr What" Print
9x12 image on 11x14 paper
signed and numbered edition of 75. Here: http://www.travislouieart.com/limited-prints/the-incredible-mr-what
Miss Monaghan and her Mini Wombat 14x18 One day, Miss Monaghan arrived at the Hat Club without her favorite triangle hat. Luckily, she had her favorite miniature Wombat, Gertrude, in her carrying case. She placed her little friend on her head and no one complained until the banquet, . . . Gertrude remained still until the scent of the 12 course meal got the better of her.
Almost Valentine's Day, . . . Unconditional Love Krampus loves you
Working on this right now
Sketch of "Miss Monaghan and Her Miniature Wombat"
The Spectral Seaweed Queen
This is what's on my board now. I wanted to use Eva Green's face but I talked myself out of it.
Jakers in front of the painting "Run Pug Run" 30"x40"
Just got these "cabinet cards" of my work done. They will be available from my website soon.
Mojo Jojo Circa 1897 for CartoonNetwork is up for a Spectrum Award, wish me luck
Signing from last week. Prints still available here: http://www.travislouieart.com/limited-prints/
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, . . . .
How that graphite drawing turned out.
Graphite on gesso board demo
Graphite drawing of "The Cemetery Man". (for Vampires VS Unicorns)
I was asked about releasing this image as a print. So It is available this week. Pictured are two portraits of Bill. In the first one He is a young man at the turn of the century in 1897. He has a twinkle in his eye and a spring in his step. He has his whole life ahead of him. He spends his days collecting buttons and lint while living in the hole by the washroom and his evenings relaxing with his favorite mushroom tonic. The other image is a "mug shot" taken after he was arrested in 1949 trying to steal a Hormel delivery truck. When the Volstead Act was enacted in 1919, mushroom tonic became difficult to acquire. Bill discovered SPAM, a canned meat product made by the Hormel Foods Corporation in 1937 had a similar psychotropic effects as mushroom tonic. He became addicted to the salt content. His face became swollen and he lost the use of his olfactory sensory antenna. Poor Bill
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Ambiguous Charley was mostly artichoke , part asparagus, and never boring. She possessed a curious attitude and preferred tailored suits over dresses.
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