posted: May 12, 2009
For the past few weeks, it's been mine. We've been swapping it back and forth, the sketchbook, responding the previous spread. Scotty A. created a portrait of Rorschach, so I picked up on the black and white pattern of Rorschach's mask and painted . . . COWS! . . . harmless and docile. I threw in a moody gent as well. He's sayin, "Hey wanna buy cow."

Scott Anderson May 12, 2009
Love it! Can't wait to see it in person.
Amelia May 12, 2009
So cool - love to see both styles and how one morphs and informs the next. Don't know if you guys have gone to They're hosting this kind of thing on their site - asking artists to upload work they've done in their Moleskine sketchbooks. I'd personally be wary of letting The Man get his hands on anything but it's interesting to look around.
Peter Cusack May 12, 2009
WE'RE ON IT! HA! Thanks for stopping in Amelia. I'll take a look. Hope your chillaxing.
Mark Fisher May 12, 2009
How long do you have to wait for the paint to dry before closing the book? Looks cool Peter.
Scott Bakal May 12, 2009
I don't call this a sketchbook...I call it a Finish Book! Holy crap! Nice stuff! Hope you're doing well, Scott!
Peter Cusack May 13, 2009
Hey there Mark, thanks for dropping in. It's acrylic so it's pretty dry right away but I give it a day to get bone dry then close the book carefully and open it again to ease the spread closed. I also made a repair to a previous spread. Scotty me boy. All is well over here. It is a finish book . . . Talk to Scott on that he goes all out . . . I beg him to ease up on me.
Zina Saunders May 14, 2009
They both look pretty shady...I don't think I'd buy a cow from either of them... Great work.
Deborah June 15, 2009
My first time at Luv your drawings. The woman sitting on the edge of the bed is beautiful. Peace~