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Yearly Archives: 2006

This was a character I developed for a healthy snack type treat for the Canadian equivalent of Hostess. His name is Igor. Not only was he used for the packaging and displays, but they actually made the little cake in an Igor shape as well. I have finally made the it to the confectionary height […]

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You might not be able to tell just from looking at it, but, this illustration for the last Drawergeeks was something of a breakthrough for me. Yup. The DG assignment was Harry Potter and I thought, I’m going to do a painting of Harry as if he were banished to a small midwestern satellite town. […]

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Hey, I did all the artwork/characters and models for the Mr. Lunt’s Popsicle Stick Theater segment of VeggieTales airing on NBC Saturday morning at 10:00. If you get a chance take a gander this weekend. Here’s some of the characters I did for this week’s episode. The idea behind these is that Mr. Lunt has […]

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I created this for a digital illustration awards contest. Here’s some of the process I used to create RoBird. First a little sketch action. I was going for that classic “friendly, deadly, and dazed” look that is all the rage with the kids nowdays.

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Recently, after showing my wife one of my strange little drawings (not this one), she said “Don’t you ever want to draw something beautiful?”   

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Assuming they’re not all vegetarians, and assuming they can’t really cook much under water, then I think mermaids, just like the rest of us, probably just snack on whatever floats by.   

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I’ve been trying to follow the flow of where my sketching direction seems to be going. The line quality actually reminds me a little of early Charles Shultz. While I think the well was running dry the last few decades, I still absolutely love early Peanuts. Great stuff.    

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I’m still playing around with this new doodling direction. Sometimes I wonder if I am too scattered with my art work. I love to play around and try new techniques (which computer graphics is so great at facilitating). But then I look at my work and think, man, you are one inconsistent dude. Will I […]

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This was done for the last Drawergeeks assignment which was Sgt. Rock. I have no idea what I was thinking here, it just sort of happened.  

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Some recent sketches, playing around with a newish direction in worried characters.    

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I did a bunch of character designs and a couple illustrations for Pantelope.com, and since none of them got used (at least not yet anyways) I thought I should put them here for the general edification of humanity.   

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