2004 Academy Awards Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

I was pulling for Bill Murray to win the Oscar with this Lee but Spicoli walked away with it…and then took off his tee shirt using only his thumb.

Speed Racer Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

With the extra high pants and the red socks, this Lee is about as accurate to the real thing as it can get.
I feel that starting here, we really turned a corner with the detail on the Lees.
Now let’s see if I can find the point where we jumped the shark…

Where’s Waldo Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

This Lee was suggested by Miranda Bousquet but may not have been exactlee what she had in mind.
It was too tedious to mix Waldo Lee in with a bunch of other Lees, so I just stuck him in the first picture I could think of that had a large amount of people in it.
This is also one of the Lees that features a subliminal message.
(Yup, right there in the red flowers)

Dr. Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

I forget who suggested this Lee, but when I was done with it I realized it wasn’t funny or exciting.
It was just Lee (accuratelee) dressed as a doctor.

Kind of like when they make Pez Dispensers of Fire Fighters and not the Tasmanian Devil with a Cycling Helmet on. Just boring. I added the bloody saw to give it something more, but then hated it.
Sorry I wasted your time.

Kabuki Theater Disguise Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

This was inspired by the classic Alvin and the Chipmunks episode where the gang disguises themselves as Kabuki dancers to escape some kind of danger.
By the way, I have know reason for remembering something like this.

South Park Lee

Lee of the Day: A History

This was the first Lee created from my current Boston office.
We’ll call this the ”Quality Skin Tone” period for the Lees.
And yes, that is exactly the way an elbow bends.