Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Adventures of Pete and Petunia


Above is my first entry for a new online sketch group called 'Bristol Whip.' The group, started by awesome-sauce artist Joel Carroll, showcases a set of drawings every couple weeks based around a common theme. Those themes are decided on a rotation of the blog's members and are entirely up to their own discretion. This one here is for the theme 'tattoo,' as chosen by comicbook power hitter, Ming Doyle. Being a child of the 80's/90's (and being a big nerd), my first thoughts went to little Pete's dancing tattoo Petunia, from the 1990's Nickelodeon show, 'The Adventures of Pete and Pete'.

I ran with it.

Dance, señorita, dance!

Annnd here's a look at the original tonal treatment:



Copic markers and pen and ink on bristol board.

Be sure to visit Bristol Whip to check all of the awesome entries that are up on the site. Currently there are some new posts up by Jemma Salume and Paul Maybury for this week's theme, Captain America. Woo!

5 comments:

Bubbashelby said...

The Adventures of Pete and Pete was one of the best things to grace television ever. This illustration is SUPERB!

Mr. Joe said...

It's one of my all time favorites for sure.

Glad you like, and thanks!

Kaileigh Blue said...

This is the best thing on the internet.

Colin said...

I never saw that show but I went to college with the girl in the picture.

Seth Jacob said...

Amazing illustration...!