Monday, July 28, 2008


So I'm back from the Comic-Con. What a great experience! It was my first time there and I have to say I really enjoyed it. I was able to meet and talk to a handful of talented artist that I admire. So cool! Anyways, this is a sketch I did while I was on a break from work. Still trying to improve my painting skills. Don't know if anyone can tell what the picture is but its some grass, flowers, and bushes beside a side walk with a shadow from a tree on the ground.


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mackenzie said...

hey Francis,

thanks for visiting us this weekend at comicon. it was great to meet you to. Keep up the great work


RAWLS said...

wow..I'm sure glad you explained it so well dude...I thought it was a radioactive explosion at first.
Just kidding! I'm coming with you next year!!!

Saigonradio said...

Yo man. Good talkin to you too. Nice sketch. Keep doing what you are doing.


willard said...

you too man. i'll see ya next year at the con. cheers!


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