Saturday, September 19, 2009

Arrr! Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day 2009, Me Mateys!


And here's a cool post-it that Fawn drew at work...

14 comments:

Steve Umbleby said...

Man, I love that pirate design Ryan and I wish I could draw something that nice on a post-it Fawn.

EDGAR ERNEST said...

I really love the artwork you have.I am working my way into the animation buisness. I was wondering if you can check out my blog when you have a chance and comment on my work.

arlo ramz said...

ooo vampirates??!!
i like that. [=

Ryan Green said...

Arrr, me hearties! Them thar words are enough ta turn a scallywag straight! Yo ho ho!

Chris Palmer said...

Haha! Very nice! The two of you have such great work.

More vampirates! I'll be back!

Dustin Foust said...

Vampirates... sounds like a great show idea.

Edward Ernest said...

Great stuff here.I am working my way into the animation buisness. I was wondering if you can check out my blog when you have a chance and comment on my work.

Ryan Green said...

Thanks for stoppin' by, Chris! Love your blog!

Dustin: I thought I was so creative when I combined "vampire" with "pirate," but I googled it and it's been thought of by numerous artists already. I'd be really creative if this planet didn't have so many people.

Desiree Cassidy said...

hehee, hillarious :)
you guys have some sweet works!

Joe Stucky said...

Keep Rock'in Bluefoot duders! Cali must be treating you well.

Tatevik Avakyan said...

Very nice!

Don McNulty said...

Hey Ryan, thanks to you and your wife for visiting my blog, thank for the kind comments. Now that I see your wonderful art I am super pleased you liked my efforts. I'll be smiling for a while now, thanks.

Jed Henry said...

Ryan,

thanks for the post. This book hasn't been sold yet - heck, it's not even fully written yet. But I promise it will be good!

By the way, I'm totally digging your mermaid a few posts down. You make it looks so effortless. Beautiful.

Jed

Ryan Green said...

Thanks, everyone!

And Jed...looking forward to the book. By the way, Fawn drew the mermaid...and it IS effortless for her.