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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Sitcom


14 comments:

mylydy said...

wow! It's amazing! You're powerful!

Smook said...

how many sitcoms do you have on the go now?

Elliot said...

Mylydy - if you think this is powerful wait 'til you see my enormous mortadella style willy.

Smook - exactly 312.

Stephen Studios said...

Very cool sketches!! What program did you do this with??

Steve
www.stephenstudios.com

Alina Chau said...

Does that mean watching too much TV is bad for you?! Coool sketches!

Elliot said...

Stephen - these were all done in Painter and there are some pen and ink bits further down the page.

Alina - Yes, too much TV is bad for you.
So is anything spelt with 3 o's.

Oscar Grillo said...

Elliot. Are you linked to an internet casino?...When I open your blog always pops up a casino link...If at least it was a pop-up linked to Alina's shop! There I could buy a tea towel or a shirt, or something, with her drawings.

alberto mielgo said...

mortadella style willy!!!

Elliot said...

Oscar - no mate. No casino here.
It should open a link to the Elliot Cowan Den of Desire, where you can download naked pictures of Alina doing unwholesome things to herself with a Wacom tablet.

Alberto - you'd better believe it pal.

justinpatrickparpan said...

I really like your work man. Your stuff really reminds me of those illustrated chapter books we all read as a kid. The work of Quinton Blake comes to mind, and those bizzare drawings in the Phantom Tollbooth.

Elliot said...

Cheers Justin.
Quentin Blake is certainly an influence but I don't know your other reference beyond the work Chuck Jones did on the film.

the doodlers said...

The Phantom Tollbooth is an odd story but a good read. Was that also illustrated by Quentin Blake?

Elliot said...

I don't have a clue sorry Doodlers!

Jean said...

Crashed in while looking for something else, and found an unanswered question: The Phantom Tollbooth was illustrated by Jules Feiffer.

 
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