Saturday, December 12, 2009

Finally

I have a little time to play.


14 comments:

Zach Bellissimo said...

Super awesome! I love you pen and ink style, sir.

Workhorse said...

HA - those dudes at the bottom are hilarious

Vincent Waller said...

They've been together ever since Hedalgo's brother Ricky backed over Juanita's squirrel monkey Ignezz, during that freak hail storm in 86'.
He isn't as helpful around the house, but he does smell better than as well as he drinks less beer that f-ing monkey.

RooniMan said...

Yay! More drawings!

WIL BRANCA said...

You were missed!

ArtF said...

thank god for play.

Kali Fontecchio said...

Awesome!

chrisallison said...

jesus vincent, where do you see these people? i feel like i'm reading naked city in a room full of smelling salts when i look at your stuff. maybe i'm just not going to the right places in burbank

Trevour said...

Hey Mr. Waller-

I love these inked works of yours! I'm sure you've mentioned elsewhere on yer blog what kinds of brush pens you use, but I can't find. I've only been using the Pitt pens and they seem to run out and get mushy after a short while. Any other types you like/recommend?

Vincent Waller said...

These are done with the Pentel Pocket brush pen. They are much more durable and facile than the Tombow I was using before.
The cartridges are refillable with a syringe.With any ink you like. Now if I could hold on to one long enough to refill it. I keep losing them.
In the four I've used three were what I would call perfect performers in that they put exactly the amount of ink I want to lay down. The one I'm using now however is a bit too free flowing for my tastes.Hoping the next one will perform better.

Vincent Waller said...

Thanks folks for continuing to stop by even while my output has been so low.

Dave Fontana said...

Hail the Pentel Pocket Brush!
Ricky's left hand doesn't seem like it could reach or fit his pocket... or brush a monkey.

Trevour said...

Thanks - I am going to have to track down this Pentel Pocket. Sounds like a lot more control. Plus I am a fan of refillable tools!

Sarvenaz said...

You make me want to try this Pentel, although I'd be lucky to produce a credible stick figure. Love your work as always!