ahhhhh finally. i actually dream about new doodle posts. i was just watching big house blues and double header and rechecked the stuff blog and my day was made. i dont know if i can handle waiting for the next one though o_o .
good job!! :) and "chipmunkians" lol
The turtles I. Image five are your next big thing.
Inspirational fun! Thanks again for sharing, JK!
Way-Cool Doodles John! as always :)
Haha. I particularly love the Eddie and Peanuts ones.
Great stuff, as usual. I love how u always draw Walt with the Mickey Ears cap. lol!
Always a pleasure to come here and to see your works!
Love your take on the peanut characters! Do you usually sketch with a pen?
giraffe! yes! I love your giraffe - those eyes in particular.thanks John!
Huzzah! The Wizard of Id and B.C. in the last panel! I can not remember the last time I saw those. Those were my go-to comics when I was growing up. Now I need to go find some Appropriately Licensed® t-shirts with them...
Amazing drawings as usual. Glad you still have time to blog, John. I'm still studying and practicing as you told me to do three years ago today and have been on a gap year from college.
hey john k.! some hipster jerkwad is trying to rip you off http://www.shopsaturdayschool.com/category/tees thought i'd pass it along!
Many years ago HB did a cheapie Jetsons meets Flintstones show. The energy in these sketches made me wonder what a "Jetsons .vs. Flinstones" UFC might look like?
great to see a new post!!! man i hope that some day i'll get to see a john k daffy duck cartoon! maybe if those new disney mickey shorts are successful they'll do something similar (but better by hiring John K)with the looney tunes? thanks for sharing!
John: That Huck was worth the price of admission. Well, considering admission is free, it was worth quadruple that.
so sick, man. love it
John, are you planning on appearing at Comic Con (San Diego)?
I liked the last one with the Wizard of ID characters the most. They actually looked like that. Now, they look like an armless guy who draws with his feet draws them.
Greetings, Mr. K. Have you thought of doodling digitally, so you won't have to scan your work? I would love to see digital doodles from you. That brush in Sketchbook Pro can be persnickety!Much love as always,Ashanti
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