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One Of Many.

No response, Oct 27, 2011

Work. Working. Much work.

One drawing of many.

Dropping off or picking up?

No response, Sep 24, 2011

A Janine for the modern world.

Special thanks once again to The Sartorialist, one of the best art reference blogs of all time.

Continuing shenanigans.

No response, Sep 12, 2011

Paige categorized this as a “Bananapus” since “it’s head is like a big banana!” As good a name and reason as any.


No response, Sep 10, 2011

Anthony Holden put the word out on his blog about a call to arms for the Internets about a guy named Mike. Mike is a special-needs pensioneer who spends his days working at a fast food place and amassing an impressive collection of Superman comics and memorabelia. Cool. Not too long ago, a dick that worked with Mike pretended to be his friend and feigned interest in his Superman collection long enough to get an invite to go check it out, after which he promptly stole it. Not cool.

The Internet has saw fit to flood Mike with all new, mostly all original Superman memorabilia to help him get started on his new collection and show him that the world isn’t full of super-dicks. Here’s my effort, done in good ol’ pen-and-ink on real paper. Mike will get the original, of course.

I’ve never been a huge fan of Superman as he is the least-interesting comic book hero of all time. Invincibility has a way of watering down the drama. Then again, Superman is kinda boring UNLESS he was real. THEN he would be the most badass thing anyone’s ever heard of. Here’s hoping these drawings make him a little more real for a big fan.

PS I would be remiss if I posted this without mentioning the likes of Joe Olson and Chris Battle whose styles I mercilessly ripped off for this piece. Standing on the shoulders of giants.

The Silent Maid

2 responses, Sep 01, 2011

The first assignment in our character design class has always been a french maid, but Ryan got sick of that this time and switched us to other things, so I felt gypped and drew one as a cool-down anyway. Proper arm/hand anatomy seemed to elude me this drawing, and I’m too lazy to fix it in Photoshop. She’s based off a photo of silent movie star Anita Page.

Bang bang bang bang bang bang bang bang…

No response, Aug 28, 2011

It seems that no matter what playlist I check out on Spotify “Bang Bang” by Nancy Sinatra is on there. Indie hits of August 2011? Nancy. Popular covers and originals? Nancy. Hip hop classics of 1996? Nancy. I don’t know what it is, but Spotify LOVES this song, and I got sick of looking at her swagger on the album cover so I stole her soul by drawing a picture of her.

Avalanche Art Blog Post

No response, Aug 24, 2011

The theme was CYBORGS. So instead of making something really cool, I painted this:

Check out the rest of the waaaaay more talented ladies and gents on the official Avalanche art blog: http://avalanchesoftware.blogspot.com/

Meeting scribbles..

No response, Aug 17, 2011

Here are a couple of doodles done during meetings. I’ll have more stuff in the next week or so as I have a lot of project progress I haven’t posted.

More Dailies.

No response, Jul 01, 2011

I guess they’re more like quasi-dailies. I often miss days, but I try to start the work day with a drawing. I’m doing mostly 3d environment work, but I feel drawing gets me focused on creative things as opposed to distracting Internet things.


No response, Jun 18, 2011

Having a job that requires drawing is oddly enough a fantastic way to get one to draw more. I can feel one of those periods of sudden and rapid improvement that come after long, long periods of stagnation. I guess the new environment and new challenges have a tendency to spark those.

Here are a couple faces I’ve doodled in as many days.

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