Sunday, April 10, 2011

PotO


Can't stop drawing the Phantom of the Opera. These were drawn last week during a hugely important meeting. I have stacks of them numbering in the hundreds. I might compile them in a book, use them to build a shelter or paper the walls of the cabin where I write manifestos. Prisma and Tombo pen Each 8 1/2 X 11

--Starchie

14 comments:

damon said...

those are great i love them

thp said...

Some of them remind me of the Mole Man in Sam & Max: Hit the Road :)

Joe Boyle said...

Love them! And I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one sketching at inappropriately times during work. ;-)

goordoons said...

:)

Anson Jew said...

Fascinating to see so many wildly different interpretations of the same character (by the same artist).

ArtAfterDark said...

Creative doodling in important meetings! What a concept! Love it! Do a book!

Chris Langohr said...

Wonderful drawings!!!!

The Big Eardrum aka The Gargantuous Tympanic Membrane aka. Carl Walke said...
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ILDC said...

Hey Steve, do you have anything to do with Cars 2?

Starchie Spudnoggen said...

ILDC -- No, I didn't do anything on Cars 2. I've been working on Brave. I did do a couple of voices in the Cars Toons last year.

Boza said...

hehe, this could be the next possible theme for new Sam and Max season: The Hunt for Phantasm =D

falkken said...

Hi Steve,
I'm Luis from Barcelona. I really love your work and we did a little animation tribute to your art. I would like to share it with you. l hope you like :)

http://vimeo.com/23317339


Best regards,

Luis Arizaga

LikaLaruku said...

The Schumucker movie version of PotO is my favorite musical of all times.

mackenzie said...

These are great Steve!!! Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind words. It means a lot to me, since your work has always been a big inspiration for me.