Here's my contribution to the White Sox tribute to Buehrle's perfect game.
The White Sox asked me to contribute to their Turn Back the Sox series, which can be seen on the White Sox official Facebook and Twitter. Here's my first contribution.
Jake Berent commissioned me to do a drawing of a White Sox game that has become legendary in his family. I think the drawing became a gift for his dad. The story behind this drawing is told in a blog post by Jake. Read it here.
My daughter and I went to Goodwill and picked out some small frames, for future cartoons. She thought the Uncle frame was really funny, so we bought it. Here are the cartoons that went into the frames.
I sketched the Cubs and Sox at the GRate, back in July.
The White Sox invited me to the park to document Yoan Moncada's first game in Southside pinstripes. Here's what I saw:
The entire Rent-a-Ricky sketchbook is now available on this new site, in a new easy-to-read scroll. Click the "menu" tab on your phone, or click "Rent-a-Ricky" on your desktop sidebar.
The White Sox invited me into their house to sketch the festivities today. I was essentially a regular credentialed member of the media. I started the day doodling on top of the dugout, moved to the field for the retirement of Mark Buehrle's 56, then I went up to the press box to score and sketch the game. I felt like a weirdo and an outsider most of the day. I hope you like the results. Cheers.