Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Happy Holidays!




This time of year always makes me want to do some santa pieces of some sort, so here are a couple I thought I'd post.

The first one started out as just a doodle and I ended up finishing it up. I couldn't decide whether to give him a red or a green bag, so I went with both. I thought it would be cool if it had sort of a "quilted" look, like maybe Mrs. Claus made it for him.

The second piece is based on a guy I saw on a bus in SF a few weekends ago (photo included). I don't know if he was a Mall Santa who just got off duty, or just a guy who recongnized his striking resemblance and just went for it, but I loved it either way.

Hope you guys enjoy.
Merry Christmas!




*I know that "N. Polk" is not actually a stop but my brother joked about him wanting to go to the "North Pole", not "North Polk" and I thought it was good, so I wanted to throw it in the painting.

8 comments:

Isaac Orloff Illustration said...

haha this is awesome. great shot

Isaac Orloff Illustration said...

Hey tim, thanks for the comment. I wouldnt mind seeing some more of your western stuff as well , super inspiring. I think both of us enjoy cowboys and saloons haha.

lindsey olivares said...

love it! Merry christmas!!
loooooooove the bus track suit santa...so good

Aletta said...

real awesome pieces, Tim! I really like the top one.

Tim Heitz said...

Thanks Aletta! Glad you like it!

bert.van.eeckhout said...
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bert.van.eeckhout said...

haha, great

This week i also made a paint of a bad bad Santa Claus.

http://bertvaneeckhout.blogspot.com/2011/01/bad-santa.html

Mark said...

wicked blog u got here man