Today’s piece of fan art, doesn’t depict Chuck, or any of the usual Peanizles gang, but it’s a drawing of me, your humble cartoonist! That’s right I got my very own fan art drawing of me. And this piece was given to me by my 4 year old niece, Ella T. of Andrews, Texas. It looks like we may have another cartoonist in the family.
Happy Friday! And of course that means, another installment of Fan Art. And today’s piece is a whopper!
This piece was sent to me by twelve year old Isabella U., of Methuen, Massachusetts, who’s given us some very special and amazing drawings over the years, and today’s is no different. Today we have Chuck, Succotash, and some very special cartoon guests making an appearance in today’s fan art! Thanks Isabella!
And keep the fan art coming!
It’s Friday. Which means it’s Chuck’s favorite day of the week, not only because he has the weekend to cause havok around the place, but I show off all the cool fan art that keeps coming our way.
This piece of fan art awesomeness came to us from twelve year old Andy K, in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Thanks Andy!!! Chuck absolutely loved how you drew him, but he thinks that you kind of skimped out on the muscles. He’s been working out, you know.
Well, it’s that time of year again. It’s Comic Con season. And today’s the first day of Boston Comic Con 2015.
This year you can find Chuck and the whole Peanizles gang hiding out in booth C516. He’ll be giving out free signatures to anybody and everybody who stops by. And I’ll be doing sketches while he does the schmoozing. Also, you can pick up any of the Peanizles books, t-shirts and more. So, stop on by!
Well, it’s Friday, and that mean’s another installment of Fan Art Friday! And today’s is a doozie!
This was handed to me, not be the artist, but by their teacher. The Sixth Grade English teacher at Bellesini Academy in Lawrence, Massachusetts, thought this was something special, and made sure that I got a copy of it. And I couldn’t be more flattered and humbled by it.
Miss Haricz’s Sixth Grade english class was assigned to write a paper about an artist that they admire and to attach a drawing of one of their works, drawn by the student. Most students in her class did Van Gogh and his Starry Night, Leonardo da Vinci and the Mona Lisa, or other such illustrious artists and their works of art, but one student did something different. Aiden B, wrote about me. He wrote such a touching and poignant piece about me that I felt utterly humbled and wowed. And I’m glad that I can share it with each and every one of you. Thanks so much to each and every one of you for reading, and I’ll keep making with the funny.