Back to the heads! Yeah they keep popping into my mind and needing to be doodled. Continuing the heads inspired by Mike Villegas. Looks a bit Ming the Merciless. I remember a game of some sort from the 90’s called Doomtown, and it had Oriental pirates called the Maze Rats in. Pretty cool bunch, but have no idea how 90’s racist it was because I can only remember them being Oriental and pirates heh.
Ever been dive bombed by a bird? I have. Frequently.
The worst seem to be the uncoordinated pigeons at Wembley Park tube station. They just used to fly in random directions and often at your head.
In later years I discovered this may have been intentional after reading Pigeon Jons Twitter feed.
Inspired by Phil Hustons “Not Very Deep Thoughts.”
I find his thoughts quite deep to be honest. A blog of conversational fiction, good read for that time between Christmas and New years when everyone is either shipping or in limbo waiting for the new year to begin.
As usual doodled with Posca Pens.
We had a celestial bird stature at Moons yonks ago called Fuenhang or something. The character crept into the Tales of the Blue Moon as a regular foil for the bar staff. I later found out through Wikipedia there is a celestial bird in China called Fenghuang. By that time we were already calling the character Fuen for short, and this was my doodle of her.
She ended up a new T Shirt on Threadless during my reshuffle and redesign earlier this month, and shes available in a range of on my Threadless store.
No celestial feathers were ruffled in the making of this T Shirt.
A little unfair in modern day context. Milwall supporters used to be collectively grouped together as football hooligans. Thugs, bully’s and nutters.
In today’s world, football violence is still an underlying threat, but it is not like it used to be. All the modern Milwall supporters I met in visits to their stadium have been quite nice folk.
The skin head scene in Black Books summed up the old opinion of Milwall supporters, with Bernard Black trying to get beaten up to avoid doing his tax returns.
A very good British comedy series by the way, worth grabbing on DVD as a late crimbo present for the Brit in your life.