Work in progress for a new MotoGP Legends bike
Every now and then you see the perfect moment
Made an adjustment to the previous recipe i made. This is the actual ingredients used and the instructions to make it in an illustration!
The Mexican Bulldog!
Here is the link to the old version i made.
The warm weather will be here soon, and we need to start prepping with the proper drinks! This is the recipe for the Mexican Bulldog. A frozen margarita with an upside-down coronita in it. Trust me, it is delicious.
What you need to pretend you are in a warmer place:
1 pale lager beer (Corona or other)
1oz of triple sec (or any orange liqueur)
2oz of tequila (or more depending on your preference)
2oz of simple syrup
1 lime for juice and garnish
(As a note, instead of simple syrup and a lime, you can use a prepared margarita mix as well)
1 cup of ice
1 straw, and one of those fancy umbrella things
Something that resembles instructions below:
Put all the ingredients except for the beer, straw, and umbrella in a blender and make a classic margarita. Once blended, serve in a large cup and dunk the beer into the margarita. As your drink the margarita, the beer will slowly mix in.
The Guggenheim Museum on 5th Avenue in Manhattan. Took advantage of the warm weather over the weekend to defrost a bit.
The last day in San Diego. People told me that if i visited California i would never want to leave. They were right… Being born and raised in NYC it felt right to be there. Spent this day in Sea Port Village, and the Midway Museum.
This drawing is of the old Police station in San Diego. Now its used as a shopping center. Well.. at least the architecture still has that old feel.
I can totally see myself living in Cali.
On this day, we rented some bikes in Coronado, and explored the little town. After a while we got bored and pointed our bikes south. Our destination was a little pier way in the distance. We biked for maybe 2 hours on our rentals until we reached Imperial Beach, San Diego. There was a little farmers market in the area with people of all nationalities selling their food. They also had this pier that stuck out from which you could watch the surfers down below.
It was also interesting to see the 4 blackhawk helicopters flying in circles over what i assume to be the USA/Mexico Border. I didn’t realize how close we were to the border until i looked at a map later.
A location sketch done in Old Town, San Diego. Its a cute little state park where the original San Diego was founded. All the buildings are either original or replicas of what was originally there. There are a ton of Mexican places near by to eat at, and when i was there, a mariachi band played their music, as well as covering a bunch of popular songs in their own style.
This building specifically is a candy store in the main square of the town. Except i didn’t see a single mainstream candy bar in there.
Also visited the San Diego Zoo, which i highly recommend. I got to see a panda sleep!
Recent sketch from my trip to San Diego for my birthday this year. The girlfriend and i decided to get away from the freezing weather in New York City, and decided to go to San Diego. Best choice i could have done.
The sketch is of all the crap i decided to bring on my trip. 1 small camera (with a gopro, a dslr, and a point and shoot.) bag, 1 backpackers travel bag (With all my clothing), 1 day pack (All my drawing stuff!), and a coat. My girlfriend took only one bookbag…
Mailboxes on west 57th Street in Manhattan
Doodle of a window in my apartment, and my television.
A location drawing of a building down by Houston street. Done on of the last warm days of 2013, before New York City became an arctic waste land.
Drawing out of my office window