Currently drawing the first issue of the next big Muppet Show story arc, The Four Seasons, while writing the third at the same time. So I'm trying to keep straight in my head whether I'm doing summer or winter. Not really thinking at my clearest right now for various reasons, and this really isn't helping.
For no obvious reason, apart from the fact that it's there and I don't do any illustration jobs these days since I jumped on the comic book scripting bandwagon, here's an old sketch that never came to anything. I did a cover for Jules Feiffer's Harry, the Rat with Women a couple of years ago, and was asked to submit some ideas for another Feiffer cover a few months later, this time for Ackroyd. Nothing ever came of this one, though. I got the impression that Feiffer wasn't thrilled with my stuff. Still, the sketches remain on my hard drive... and now they're on yours.