Monday, November 29, 2010

Fun with vinyl

In about 25 days I should be holding my newborn; devoid of sleep I will hunt Red Bulls in the night like a caffeine addicted Nosferatu. But right now I'm enjoying the euphoric novelty of pre-fatherhood and thought, hey, it's 12 at night, why not do something fun.

So after a bit of deliberation I decided to make a family vinyl sticker set that I could be proud to force people to watch as I travel as slowly as possible from the hospital. This is just the mock up, I can't put the real deal on for another month.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Angry Birds: Thanksgiving edition

Between Thanksgiving food overload, Black Friday and a Call of Duty chaser I haven't drawn much so I felt it fitting to do a piece for the art jumble "turkey" theme. I was really hoping that there would be an Angry Birds Thanksgiving edition, maybe with a turkey that bounces or one that can float for a little while then smash on the building below.

Anyhoo, Happy Thanksgiving weekend!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Chubby Mario

A quick sketch while trying to finish a few things.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

The Real Reason Why Terminators Travel Naked

In between daily assaults of CoD:BO I managed to meditate on why two-ton hunks of metal can't manage to even bring an ounce of weaponry with them. Thanks to the recent roundup of TSA activities I think I found my answer.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

the Inception of avatars

Done for the ArtJumble theme of Made up facts about animals. All throughout my life I had always trusted that the avatars of the animal kingdom closely represented their real life counterparts. Namely that hedgehogs were blue, Tasmanian Devils were slobbering whirlwinds of fury and wolverines were long clawed yellow animals with a propensity to smoke cigars. So it came with great horror to discover that the way these animals misrepresented themselves.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Genus Aves Iratus (Angry Birds)

In celebration of me actually just passing Angry Birds Halloween edition (screw 3 stars, it was labor enough just finishing it!) I dedicate this bit of Ornithological documentation to my fare feathered friends.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

King of Kong

A recent idea I had to make a revised version of Donkey Kong, but make Kong massive like the franchise he was based off of. Then you could have him climb the stage, destroying the level beneath you as you scramble past the 40's themed skeletal skyscraper all in an effort to to drop the crate on his head at the top of the level to slow him down and rescue the damsel in distress. Also you'd have to turn your screen sideways...still working on that one.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Courtroom Drawings: Supreme Court vs Violent Videogames

Courtyard drawings from today's Supreme Court case.

Many have been dumbfounded by the intensity of its attorneys, I just hope the video game industry hired the right lawyer.

I Object! Kratos was clearly within his legal rights to defend himself from the three headed attack dog!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


"When Lex Luthor (Anthony Hopkins) attempts to clone and replace Superman (Nathan Fillion) he accidentally creates the freakish doppelganger Bizarro (Sylvester Stallone). Raising the abomination as his own Luthor instills an indelible hatred towards the Man of Steel and pits the two in a deadly match of strength. After a battle spanning days, Superman defeats Bizarro in a near stalemate.

Luthor, not willing to accept defeat, forms a plan when he realizes Bizarro's major difference from his costumed nemesis, Bizarro's powers do not rely on the sun's energy. Together with Bizarro he places a thick cloud of red refractive space dust across the atmosphere forming a red spectrum dulling Superman's strength.

Now, with his powers stripped Superman must overcome his fiercest nemesis with the brawn of Superman and the genius of Luthor!"

184 minutes. Rated PG-13 for some violence and mild language.

I heard Nathan Fillion had to endure 4 hours of make-up and prosthetic attachments each day and pack on 80 pounds of neck muscle while Sylvester Stallone had up.