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Category: Art

Eye got my I on you

So I found myself the other day at the YMCA, listening to some pretty heavy music, while enjoying the rare chance at viewing cable TV being fed to me through the harsh glow of an elliptical exercise machine LCD. I was watching SpongeBob SquarePants. Less rare than you might be prone to believe. Well knowing me maybe it’s easy to believe. Anyways.…

The Fountains Controversy

Fountains. They can be found just about anywhere in the world. Are they a testament to beauty? To human ingenuity and craftsmanship? Or are they a gross desensitization experiment to selective, repulsive things. Like cat vomit. Well at least lion vomit. I didn’t have this epiphany until walking by this beautiful fountain housed within central park in Winnipeg. Don’t worry,…

Inter-rude. Okay, just interlude

I guess it would be “rude” if I was terribly interruptive of an amazing thread of posts streaming out of this blog. There may actually be some truth to that, though none that you, the reader, would see. I’ve been strangely silent the last two months. The truth of the interruption? I’ve actually been cooking at a secret project spawned…

Sketch of the Day: Randomness

Truely a random day. Busy with odds and ends today, but wanted to do at least a bit of sketching with Grahme. We were having ‘the talk‘ (you know, shading/shadows) and decided to have a bit of fun on our pages. I was challenged to create the hero Baby Gaga, who wound up being a puppet. Really rough sketch to…

Sketch of the Day – Cropcrushers development

Hey all, another quick check-in with images and news of creative developments. I’m sharing some images today ’cause there’s nothing wrong with some eye-candy. But the big news of the week is from the writing front. I’ve finally got my story writing complete for the first full issue of Cropcrushers of the 23rd Century. It will be 22 pages of…

Sketch of the Day – the Bear Necessities

I decided (with very little prompting) to wrap up a bear drawing trilogy for Christa for valentine’s day. Now one of the big challenges when drawing a gift picture is HOW and WHERE (and WHEN) will you draw it in secret? This bad bruin started off at my drawing table in the basement, but and a much more public ending.…