June 1, 2015


Filed under: CARTOONS,History — Colby @ 7:59 am

Smile Mona

January 5, 2015

Family Portrait

Filed under: CARTOONS,History — Colby @ 12:54 am

First Family Photo 2

December 15, 2014

Joseph and Baby Jesus

Filed under: DRAWINGS,History,Portraits,Religious — Colby @ 1:20 am

This drawing was done for my 2014 Christmas card. I wanted to recognize Joseph. I wanted to show a young man, proud to be a father and delighted in his son.

Joseph, son of David, what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. He will save his people from their sins.

Joseph and Baby Jesus

I wanted to complement the earlier drawing I had done of Mary and baby Jesus:(http://sircolby.com/drawings/mary-and-baby-jesus/)

Color pencil on color paper, 8″ X 9″

December 8, 2014

The Very First Date Night

Filed under: CARTOONS,History — Colby @ 12:39 am

First Date Night

May 14, 2014

That 4th Ship

Filed under: CARTOONS,History — Colby @ 2:43 pm

Bravely they set sail to discover a new passage to Asia; the Niña, the Pinta, the Santa Maria and the uh….

Fourth Ship

February 27, 2014

Or Else!

Filed under: CARTOONS,History,Political, Justice, Media — Colby @ 11:37 am

Or else I might have to draw ANOTHER red line.

Travis Negotiates

January 8, 2014

Young Mike

Filed under: CARTOONS,History — Colby @ 1:13 pm

Early Michelangelo

December 13, 2013

If You Like Your Land

Filed under: CARTOONS,History,Political, Justice, Media — Colby @ 12:40 pm

Fool me once….

If You Like Your Land

January 3, 2013

World Atlas

Filed under: CARTOONS,History,Religious,Science, Health, Weather — Colby @ 11:42 am

We have maps of just about every era of world history. I realized there was one missing.

This may surprise you but it really didn’t take me long to do this.

June 20, 2012

Casual Fridays

Filed under: CARTOONS,History — Colby @ 4:26 pm

I gave in and bought myself an iPad. One purpose was to be able to sit and sketch ideas that I could later send to my computer and refine. I decided to draw a cartoon entirely on the iPad (I use a stylus). There’s a definite learning curve! It’s harder than I thought.