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daydreamer // creativity evangelist // taco enthusiast // advocate for recess

Surf Rider (1986)
Surf Rider (1986)
Karate Guy (1985)
Karate Guy (1985)
3-Wheeler
3-Wheeler
Another Surf Rider (1986)
Another Surf Rider (1986)
Moto Bail (1985)
Moto Bail (1985)
Beach Dude (1986)
Beach Dude (1986)
Aloha Rider
Aloha Rider
Catchin' Air (1986)
Catchin' Air (1986)
Ferrari 308GTSi (1986)
Ferrari 308GTSi (1986)
First Date (1986)
First Date (1986)
Endo (1986)
Endo (1986)
Jungle Bob (80s)
Jungle Bob (80s)
Another Moto Bail (1985)
Another Moto Bail (1985)
Another Karate Guy (1985)
Another Karate Guy (1985)
Lead Screamer
Lead Screamer
Longboard Fella
Longboard Fella
Mohawk Skater (1986)
Mohawk Skater (1986)
Moto Jump (1985)
Moto Jump (1985)
Pirate Guy (1985)
Pirate Guy (1985)
Moto Stunt (1985)
Moto Stunt (1985)
Ralph
Ralph
Still Another Surf Rider (1986)
Still Another Surf Rider (1986)
Pond Life
Pond Life
Raz Band (1986)
Raz Band (1986)
Soldier Guy (1985)
Soldier Guy (1985)
Skater (1986)
Skater (1986)
Tubed!
Tubed!
Stretch Limo
Stretch Limo
Victor (1985)
Victor (1985)
Random Characters (1985)
Random Characters (1985)
Random Characters II (1985)
Random Characters II (1985)
Wild Bill Cast (1985)
Wild Bill Cast (1985)
Wild Bill Cast (1985)
Wild Bill Cast (1985)
The Butler
The Butler

An evolution is the gradual development of something, especially from a simple to a more complex form. This sketchbook showcases drawings from my absolute roots; sketches from the mid-1980s. I love them because they’re raw and, honestly, not very good, but they illustrate the evolution of my drawing skillsespecially the way I was deciding how to sign my art. They are sketches of the things I loved as a teenager growing up in the 80s: BMX, surfing, skateboarding, Ferraris, karate, motocross, and music. Don’t ask for an explanation of the exaggerated cheekbone on most of the charactersat least it’s distinctive!

//evolution sketches