Sunday, February 03, 2008

Float

Well, I'm feeling a lot better, though I've still got some of the funk left in my system. But I'm better enough to draw slightly more cheerful subject matter, though I have to say it was nice to take the edge off in the last one.


My mom had this chop made for me while she was in Korea a few months ago. Apparently, the Queen of England and a few other world figures had theirs made there as well. Not that I'm a world figure in any right, nor do I assume any of them stamp official documents with their chops.

"Float" 4.5 x 9.75 inches. Pen and Ink and Digital.


Print Packaging sample. You can visit the listing here.

3 comments:

Julien alday said...

Dear Michael,
I had just bought it in a heartbeat, time for create an Etsy account and a Paypal one, for be honest. [Damn you Michael ! :P ] I'm not really into all the internet shopping stuff, but this time you got me. This illustration is too cute. ^^

How did you colorize it ? Did you use a few tips and tricks I shown you ? Just curious. And if no, I want know your secret. ;)
Hope all is well, mon ami.
Ciao, bello !
J.

Cesare Asaro said...

Nice piece!

Scott Altmann said...

aww man -
that print is awesome mike. you are my hero.