01.12.10 by Jeff

Bill Connors

Drawings by Bill Connors.

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

artist bill connors drawing

via: hardfeelings













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Ughhhh those eyes! So great. #6 especially.

  • I mostly love the first one, different from the other drawings…
    The hand is just great.
    In my own sketches I try to give hands the attention they deserve (you can see some sketches of mine here http://www.birdbee.be/archives/category/schetsjes )

  • Bones

    I wish this kid would draw these sort of things on my bedroom walls. But he’s probably to famous…

    -bones

  • lapetitefaon

    yep, there should definitely be more in the style of the first, its so rad

  • 1st is an amazing drawing… Need to see more of them.

  • the first is my favorite

  • I love all of it.

  • Jill

    Whoa. Bill. Awesome. Wait, I know you. Whoa.

  • jeffrey

    Bill connors was employed by disney animation, but was laid off due to the fact that he was a raging cocaine addict. His drug addiction isnt really the issue to what influenced his termination from Disney, it where the events that took place prior to the addiction hearing. Bill has a uncontrollable fetish to everything halloween. so when you combine the three main recipes: laidoff, cocaine addiction, halloween fetish you get these amazing pieces for which you have before you. Truly truly awesome work, i love it!!!!

  • hahaha i don’t know who you are, Jeffrey, but rest assured, i am using this as my official biography from here on out.

    • hahahah so good

  • lol this kind of drawings go with this kind of comments:D
    i also love the first one





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