You Take Requests? For What Exactly?

Here's how it works...You give me five bucks, you tell me what to draw, and I draw it. I'll email you the image and then I'll post it here for everyone to see (I offer no guarantees on quality). Everyone wins!

Three things you can't request--Hardcore porn. The materials/media used. Your money back.

I will reject money for any logo requests (personal or corporate), so please don't send them. I have friends that are graphic designers, and that is their job--I'm just a cartoonist.

This is for fun and funds, so the quality of the drawing will depend based on my interest in the subject matter, the approach I decide to take, and available materials. Please don't cheat the system, by asking me to draw 100 different likenesses in one drawing for $5. I'll probably just send your money back. All requests will be posted on the site as I get to them (please keep in mind that I do have a full-time job). Due to shipping costs, I will only mail out the original art to folks who have made more than two requests. Please keep in mind that due to the size of the scanner, some of the pieces are folded or trimmed. I retain the full rights to any of the art I create, but if you want to use it for something, just ask me.

John Gholson

Thursday, July 23, 2009

"a bananafish"

If the banana fish is a real type of fish, then someone help me out here. I assumed it was a real fish, but an image search only turned up bizarre and silly pictures of a creature, much like the one you see pictured above, literally half-banana, half-fish. This is for Chad Walters' three-year old daughter. I hope she likes it. Thanks, Chad!

1 comment:

  1. Bananafish are from J.D. Salinger's story - "A Perfect Day for Bananafish" - but they aren't real.