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doodles for firefox!

Calobee Doodles free Personas for Firefox

Calobee Doodles free Personas for Firefox

The latest browser update for Firefox includes the ability to support skins, or Personas, which allow you to dress up your browser. I thought it might be fun to try my hand at designing some. I’ve created four Calobee Doodles Personas for Firefox–you can preview and try them here!

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illustration friday: dip

illustration friday: dip

This was a fun, off-the-cuff style drawing for this week’s theme, “dip.” Given this weekend’s beautiful spring weather, my mind wandered to warm, sunny places and I came up with this beach scene–two folks taking a swim in the waves, a couple (maybe honeymooners?) dancing at the edge of the water, a young girl who’s lost half her ice cream, and a seagull enjoying someone’s forgotten afternoon snack. There is lots of “dipping” in many different forms going on here!

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the hungry doodler

I’ve been keeping up with my weekly print-a-doodles. Here are two of the most recent ones:

yum yum pizza! technicolor cupcakes

I realized as I was finishing up the pizza that my last four drawings have been about food. The other night I was craving pizza like mad after watching Gordon Ramsey overhaul an Italian pizzeria on an episode of Kitchen Nightmares, so I admit that doodle was entirely inspired by my gurgling tummy. And we all know I have a fondness for cupcakes–or cake in any style, really.

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illustration friday: expired

illustration friday: expired

It’s that time again. Easter is just around the corner, and this little fella is feeling a bit nervous.  In fact, it looks like someone’s already had a taste. I hope for his sake his name isn’t Cadbury… regardless, I think his expiration date is coming up fast.

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illustration friday: subterranean

illustration friday: subterranean

I thought I had a solid concept for this one, but after a few hours I lost steam, so it’s technically unfinished. I’m not feeling it. I think, perhaps, my approach was too literal. Oh well, maybe it will come together later.