Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Sunday, November 05, 2006
Finally learned how to do some coloring in photoshop. The character is Dax Flow, the main character from a show concept for kids that i developed last year for my final model pack. I always wanted to see what he'd look like with some color, so there it is. I had so many different color schemes up in my head but settled for this one cause they're bright and bold and make him stand out. Anyhow, let me know what you think.
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
I guess the older gentleman on the left looking at the viewer represents that side of me, and an older and wiser aging society, that looks sadly upon young kids like this one that abuse themselves so severely at those experimental ages. Oh well, we've all dabbled here and there I guess. (It's just... the thought of my daughter someday!...). Ahh, where would my inspiration come from without public transit?! (Thank god I'm finally getting some wheels this week!) (P.S. any comments are welcome guys & gals)
(**Note: Erich, take a look at my last posting before this one.)
Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Well, i think the drawing speaks for itself. I sketched this up after an all-nighter the night before my animation assignment was due. I was gonna put normal clothes on initially but i thought this was funnier. 'Till next time, peace & much luv,
(P.S. To those of you who haven't seen me in a while, yes, the fro is pretty much life size! ;)
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Hey 'urbody, what's happenin'? This is for our 3rd week illustration assignment for animation. Our teacher Erich asked us to pick a topic so we chose animal caricatures of our class mates. This is a little play on reality that I did of one of my class mates. I think she's a little off balance, leaning to the right too much, but hey it's good enough. Be back with more soon. Take care and much luv. Oh yeah, and Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Some of you might be like, "what the?..." Well, in answer to that, the theme of the assignment was "ancient" and was left completely open ended for us choose the subject matter thereafter. I wanted to focus on the age old subjects of language, knowledge and cognition (or thoughts) because I view these as the building blocks of human experience and creation. The piece also serves as a visual interpretation of some distinctions about life and the self that i've arrived at over the past year.
Finally, the quote is a spin off of something my buddy said the other night over some drinks, which is in large part what inspired the idea for the composition, and I think the two fit nicely together. So, I have to give credit where credit is due (thanks Elts ;).
I'll have the finished coloured version up shortly. Until then, peace & much luv,
Monday, September 18, 2006
I just created this blog-thingy, so there's not much to look at right now, but I'll be posting more as I go along so check back soon.
Have an awesome day wherever you are, and enjoy life.
Peace, prosperity, and much luv,