Sunday, October 28, 2007

Halloween! Photo Stories Are Cool!

This is my lizard costume for Halloween. Based off of my frequently drawn lizard characters, often holding beverages, wearing sleeves and pockets, Trista made this for me and did a better job of it than I could have ever imagined. We went fabric shopping and got the material for a total of 10 bucks, and then she went to work...and in two days she finished it. The best 3-D rendition of my art that I have encountered (and probably the first actually...), it's just perfect!

Sunday, October 14, 2007


Some mouth breathing animals of the assorted kind. Here we've got a tadpole, a beaver, a small bear (maybe?), a frog, and one mole. And what looks like an eyeball I never finished attaching a body to. The shadows are of course the bleed-through.


Some Flying Animals

Excuse the bleed-through from the other page. Thin paper, you know.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Customized Target Packaging Via Gubba

A little addition I made to some new sheets from Target.

Target sheets


Sunday, October 7, 2007

New stuffs and things

Amongst the lazy days of an ending summer I have been involved in some very fun events. I went to Portland to visit my brother for a few days, enjoyed some rainy weather, excellent coffee, and the company of some very special people. My dad flew up with me as well so I enjoyed drawing pictures of gorillas and dinosaurs on the plane whilst discussing his life as a bouncer at a downtown club. He is a very interesting man. I did a lot of drawing in Portland once I rediscovered the magic of some vintage (printed in 1955) Golden Press school books I had bought at a garage sale about 10 years ago. They had been packed away in a box from when I lived in Portland in 2005, and when I got there I immediatly shoved them back into my suitcase to bring the damn things home, because they are so cool. I am currently using them as a reference for my animal characters...more on that later -my vintage 1955 schoolbooks