Wednesday, October 12, 2011

"Peach Pits"

Somewhere in storage back up Alaska there's a full-color CMYK file of this piece, but here's the grayscale version anyways. It was one of the two works from the Sequential Art department selected for exhibition in the “Watch This Space” 1st Year Graduate Group Show, Spring Quarter 2002, at the Pei Ling Chan Gallery in Savannah, GA. 
Obviously I was really having a bit too much fun with the local accents, plus maybe just a small hat-tip to the phonetic flavor imparted from an infusion of research into "Krazy Kat" by George Herriman. I also adopted the title "Peach Pits" as the name for a single-panel gag feature that was running concurrently in the student newspaper at the time. And yeah, that's the original G-3 iMac pictured there, my humble first computer.
This piece would also be exhibit "A" as evidence of the local flora & fauna starting to weed its way into my work...

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