My favorite character is Buster; every line Tony Hale delivers cracks me up. Here's Buster facing his fear:
Acrylic, gouache, and ink on paper mounted on cradled panel
8" x 10" x 1.5"
As you can see, I decided to indulge my more cartoony side. I thought it would be appropriate since everybody on that show is pretty cartoony in the first place.
Here are a couple details shots (click to view larger). I love painting patterns on clothing. I want this shirt in real life:
Argyle socks and kiddie ride detail:
I also painted the sides of the cradled panel in that distinctive orange of the show's title and George Senior's prison jumpsuit. Sorry for the crappy phone picture:
Aaand here's the sketch:
Remember, the opening is June 29th, from 7-10pm at Gallery 1988's Melrose location. If you're a fan of the show or a "buy-curious" art collector, you'll definitely want to check it out!
Update: Here's the official promo for the show with all the info. Thanks to Gallery 1988 for featuring my illustration on the promo!