I thought I'd share this little "project" I've been working on...
I started carrying around a little pocket sized Moleskine sketchbook last year. After years of not having a sketchbook, I'm really enjoying having this one. It is a Japanese fold book, so it is a long, continuous page that folds up neatly into the sketchbook. I work on this in ballpoint pen and it's a lot of fun to do such a long free-for-all doodle. I'm about halfway through this book so far and I never know where it's gonna go on the next fold. I work on this whenever I've got a few minutes to kill: in restaurants, on the ferry, in waiting rooms, etc.

Eye of the Beholder

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So... all you Dungeons & Dragons fans out there are probably familiar with this creature, the Beholder. Jon Schindehette (Senior Creative Director for D&D) commissioned a number of artists to do their interpretation of the Beholder. Everyone had to do the same relative composition, just do it in their own "style". Omar was lucky enough to be included in this project, and posted here is his version. Only Omar would sneak in a lap dog with a pretty blue bow in it's hair, and a mouse reenacting Hamlet into a D&D battle scene. But I suppose that's why Jon picked him for this project. :)
You can see other artist's versions by clicking this link.