Thursday, December 06, 2007
Here is the establishing shot.
The medium shot.
And the close up shot.
Friday, November 30, 2007
Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Monday, October 29, 2007
This mornings art card.
I decided to ride my old skate board to school today. It has been sitting by the door for the past two month since we unpacked. It is the same skate board that I hardly used back when I was in high school.
I thought for sure that I would fall down skinning my hands, sending the contents of my book bag scattering across the street and sidewalk. But no, it was actually a lot of fun cruising on my old board to class. I am now wanting a long board with some softer wheels. I will now place that long board on my long long with list of things to buy when I have money.
Thursday, October 25, 2007
I was really happy with the way the bricks and cement turned out in this little rendering. Probably the best art card I have made so far in my opinion.
I would image that in the underworld there must be some kind of method for keeping track of all those damned souls. George here is a member of a whole army of demons devoted to the task of managing all of Hell’s paperwork. And by the look on his face it appears that he enjoys the office work just as much as all of us do here in the overworld.
Both of these cards were made with marker and Colored Pencil.
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Whilst walking down the path Gretta came across a curiosity. In a perfect world where Gretta had a mouth she would have eaten him whole. But since it is not a perfect world, and she does not have a mouth she decided to make the little blob of slime her new best friend and promptly named him Joe.
I am calling this one the Sun Sprite.
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Monday, October 08, 2007
Wednesday, October 03, 2007
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Todays post is a lady I caught sleeping on the max while Catherine and I were riding home from Beaverton a couple weeks ago. I love it when people are snoozing, it makes it so much easier to draw them. Usually you have to look at people from the corner of your eye and hope that they do not confront you. Good times!
Monday, October 01, 2007
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
This is Jeremy and his a werecrab. Well, he kind of looks like a mix between a crab and a spider. But that is neither here nor there.
In his human form Jeremy is an anti-social man. He lives along the coastlines of Northern Oregon and Washington earning his wage as a clam digger. he sells his clam harvests to the local restaurants and cafes.
Jeremy chooses only the most deserted beaches to do his clam digging for fear that somebody might stumble upon his little family secret. During every slack tide Jeremy is painfully transformed into a half man, half crab beast and runs wild on the beach. Slack tide usually only lasts a couple of hours and then Jeremy finds himself lying groggily on the beach with little memory of the prior event.
Werecrabs have rarely ever been seen by people. If you ever run into one, you need not fear for your life, they are only about 10 inches tall. The worst that might happen if you get to close is the loss of a toe or two.
Monday, August 13, 2007
Well, it has been quite an eventful week. After 2.5 years managing apartments in Beaverton Oregon my wife and I have finally decided to throw in the towel and explore other options. It is quite an exciting time, after finishing the second half of our two weeks notice we will be moving downtown where Catherine will be working part time and I will be pursuing art full time. I am very excited and optimistic about it all.