Saturday, September 08, 2007



Working through phobias can have benefits on an occasion such as a creative outlet. Drawergeeks for next week is ... clowns. So, have 2 irons in the fire right now. This is the first sketch. Possibly to take to a digital finish. The second is much less horrific, more subtle. Hopefully it will show up prior to the beginning of the week. We shall see. The idea of "killer clowns, evil clowns" didn't seem to really fit my mood. But instead of having the clown as predator, perhaps have clown as prey? Hmmmm, now that has possibilities. So, I title this piece "In one ear and out the other".

4 comments:

MEECH! said...

Hey man, it's been a while!

Oh god, I hate clowns. This is one of the most disturbing images I have ever seen... they can't be killed...

Breadwig said...

I agree. This takes all my disturbing thoughts about clowns and concentrates them all into one image. Yikes! Well done.

dugbuddy said...

meech, good to see you about on the web. thanks, I felt I had to do something that spoke to and from me as a truly unsettling image rather than a quick scary clown. Bryan, thanks man, thanks a bunch. I am just trying to keep up with everybody else.

Lacey said...

Totally disgusting and awesome!

I love the way clowns can be used to portray so many extremes, and this definitely works. The scarves coming out of his mouth is genius, such a twisted play on the trick. ;-)