Saturday, August 15, 2015


Every artist collects and collects years, boxes, folders and drawers full of artwork.  The digital world makes saving everything a bit more convenient, because all those physical sketches, paintings and sculptures have to actually be placed somewhere.

I recently unearthed scores of stuff and thought it might be interesting to post a collection of works from the past 25 or so years.

There's some Disney t-shirt merchandise designs, political illustrations, watercolors, acrylic dry brush illustrations, college paintings, stop motion character sculpts, cut out story panels, life drawings, brush and ink sketches, linoleum block printing and some of the most boring clean-up drawings ever regretfully given life.

Some of these were done as I was teaching myself how to use a specific medium, or how to learn storyboard, or early photoshop compositing and the frog couple who seem to be trapped in some 1950's Douglas Sirk melodrama, well I've no idea what the hell that was about, but I liked the drawings.

So enjoy and brief but hopefully enjoyable trip through the Webb archives.