Wednesday, December 31, 2008


Originally uploaded by doubledorkmeter
This testimony comes from Jenny.

"Hey Matt--just had to say thanks again for the Cammy pic--Stefan loved it--it made for a very Merry Christmas! You have quite the gift...I may have to bug you again for another, one of these days (I hope you don't mind)...Have a Happy New Year:)"

All I have to say is thanks Jenny. I had a lot of fun drawing it, and I hope Stefan found a nice spot to hang it.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008


Originally uploaded by doubledorkmeter
About this Drawing:

Meet Austin.

Austin loves the Broncos. He is there with his team during the highs and lows of the season. Through tackles, and broken limbs. Through scandals, fumbles, and black-outs he dutifully sticks out the season.

He proudly wears the blue and orange.

He is a true Superfan.

An image like this would make a great gift for that cubical or next to your foam finger.


It's a really good feeling when I finish a job and drop it in the mail.
But when I get feedback from my customers it feels awesome! I have some
of the best clients ever.

This testimony comes from Janice in Toronto.

"The print pictures arrived this morning. I can't get over how good
they look. Even though I saw the electronic images before, I'm more
impressed now.

Awesome stuff."

This makes doin the work all worth it.


Okay. I know I'm a little late on this one. But you don't want to post these things and give away the surprise.

Trust me.

It happens

About this Drawing:

Christmas means something special to everyone. To some it is a time of celebration for a annual religious landmark. To some it is about the plunder of booty brought by Father Christmas.

It is also a time for family, and togetherness. Where we make our own pilgrimage to over come distance so that for once a year we are together as family.

An image like this would go nice in your cubical or next to that cold cup-o-nog.

Happy Holidays.

Sunday, December 28, 2008


About this Drawing:

Meet Annie and Aiden.

There is little in the world that compare to the love between Parent and Child. The bond that is shared between them is rooted from the genes. But when you see those little eyes looking back, you fall in love. From the moment when the little hand grabs onto your finger, you know that this little person is the most important thing in the world.

This image would make a great gift for that cubical or over the mantle.


049_Andrew by you.
Okay...I know I'm starting at number 49, but that would be a ton of ground to cover. So if you want to look at my previous stuff go to my Flickr site. Also most of the first twenty-five are still for sale, so let me know if you are interested. Email me at:

So on with the show:

Meet Andrew.

He plays guitar, and enjoys strummin away lazy afternoons between pick up games of hockey and baseball.

This image would make a great gift for that cubical or next to your guitar stand.

You can buy or request art like this at:
drawsumthincool! Category: Draw Sumthin Cool

First step into a new Blog.


I'm Matt...and this is Drawsumthin Cool.

The official site. Ta-Duh!

Okay it isn't much to look at now. I still don't even have an actual URL, but I'm working on it.

This whole thing starts from the fact I needed to make some extra money to help with the bills, so I started drawing. Which is nothing new. Everyone who knows me knows I draw.

I draw a lot.

I've done comics, portratits, illustrations...yadda...yadda...yadda. But maybe for once I figured that all this stuff I've been doing could actually contribute to helping my family.

Yea...I also am an artist for my actual job, but that is production art. But you process all this artwork everyday that someone else has created and it depresses you that you didn't come up with it first.

I do have to give props to the one who actually gave me the idea.

Len of Jawbone Radio (a great podcast that you should check out), who started "Monster-by-Mail" was the inspiration for this model. So definately check him out...he's really cool.

So come back and check out my stuff and consider buying something cool. Tell me what you want and I'll serve you up a 5 x 7 slice of arty goodness.