Post-it art at the office from the past 9 months


#1

I worked at Nielsen on a headset, leaving the hands free for data entry. When there was nothing to enter, I used my time wisely (because working on a telephone is usually mindless).

The smallest of post-its are perfect for starting storyboards.
I used these to keep my sanity. I resigned. Time to unveil the art (some random familiar characters in there).


#2

You’ll see Cody, Skullomania (twice), Nakoruru, Urien, Makoto, Combot, King, Kuma, Yoshimitsu, Heihachi, and Vice to name a few. And that Kung-Fu monkey from Kim Possible.


#3

If any artist here are forced to work on a phone, use a headset & draw. Best not to work on phone, though, unless it’s reception.


#4

I storyboarded a video my church will shoot (split-screen) ala Sliding Windows. And part of a feature animated film. And an online comic. All unpaid.:lol:


#5

I did get paid for animation of a demon jumping out of a high-rise to land on the street and a poster design.

The other stuff was good practice.


#6

I need start reply to some of the art here. Nice work, folks.

Some of the post-its I threw away. Some I gave to co-workers.
But most are here.


#7

If you check out one living artist before you die, read a Kyle Baker comic.

King David.

You Are Here.

And study him, a master of drawing!:cool:


#8

Practicing composition in a very small space is usefull.

Only a few more-


#9

Tekken Zaibatsu has some good art as well-


#10

Hellbear I drew when I first read the Hellboy comic years ago.


#11

I missed out on a temp job opportunity that may never come again. A person can conceivably apply for jobs 18 hrs. a day and not find a thing, though.


#12

That’s it. On to more drawing, I suppose.


#13

that’s hot. i like it. post more if you have more.:slight_smile:
you need to make a collage of it, and somehow get it on a really huge white sheet of paper, frame it and get it in an art show. shit is hot.


#14

Yeah, office work is one of the better times to multitask. Keep it up.


#15

Thanks.