Oct 30, 2007

TV Drawings

Occasionally, I'll sketch while watching TV. Doing this offers some inspiration, even if it comes in a very subconscious format. Not the most glowing compliment for the shows I watch.

Until Next Time.

Oct 22, 2007

Halloween and ANNOUNCEMENT

Just a simple piece, clearly inspired by a certain approaching holiday.
I wish this was my costume.


Don't forget to join us for The Spelling Bee screening at the
Chicago International Children's Film Festival!
It's playing at Facets Cinema under the Personal Best block of films. How appropriate.

11:00 am, Saturday, October 27th!! See you there!

Until Next Time.

Oct 17, 2007

Why Not? More Monsters.

Actually it's just more drawings of the main character. You remember, he was the one with the scrawny wings and the ample buttocks. Enjoy.

Oh yeah, and there's the ox at the computer. Almost forgot.

Until Next Time.

Oct 16, 2007

Prehistoric MONSTERSSS!!!!!

On assignment for some character sketches, I came up with a busload of ideas. A few of the sketches I liked I cleaned up all fancy.

Prehistoric Mole with feet too tiny to dig.

Fretful, overweight Hindu Ox.

Prehistoric hippo/pterodactyl creature. His large butt and tiny wings keep him mostly on the ground.

Oct 14, 2007

In The Year 2000...

I predict...

Until Next Time.

Oct 10, 2007

Carte Rouge

I was commissioned to create a business card and given pretty free reign over how it looked. The only stipulation was that it had to somehow incorporate The Bride of Frankenstein. Fine by me :)

One of my references, and possibly the coolest photo ever. It's just so darn sophisticated.

The favored sketch from the bunch.

Final card design. Info removed to protect the innocent.

Until Next Time.

Oct 5, 2007


A few more between the finishing touches on the cowgirl animation.

Some kind of superhero, might be Robin's homely cousin.
I don't know what the "T" stands for.

This was, I assume, inspired subconsciously by BioShock.
This is easily the LEAST practical underwater suit ever.

Until Next Time.

Oct 2, 2007

Playing Dress-Up

Scanned a mediocre drawing and attempted to fix it in Flash. One thing led to another, and before I could say "sleep" I was experimenting with colors and such.

What really appealed to me were the endless color combinations. I may try different combos in the future...especially if someone REQUESTS a specific palette. With enough different palette requests I could combine them and make a mega pop art print thingy!!!

I'm a shill.

Here's the progression.

Until Next Time.