Posted by | November 26, 2006
Doggie Chaw

This was an illustration for a new line of doggie comestibles called, you guessed it, Pork Chomps. This was a really great project because: a) I love dogs.  b) I love dog...

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Posted by | November 3, 2006
My daughter’s alien.

The latest DrawerGeeks assignment was to take a drawing done by a child, and then so an illustration based on that drawing. So I picked this drawing by my five...

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Posted by | October 30, 2006
The 3D Sculpting of Taterhead Jones

Well, here's my first attempt at high polygonal count brush based 3d sculpting. Basically that means I'm building the 3d model using tools that are much more like modeling with...

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Posted by | October 22, 2006
Monkeys need leaves.

Here's the full illustration of Igor the monkey, as well as some of the riveting steps involved with the creation of the background. + © owned by Saputo Bakery, Inc. (more…)

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Posted by | October 16, 2006
Ooo, ooo, ooo, lookit the monkey.

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...

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Posted by | October 3, 2006
Robot Birdie

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...

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Posted by | September 20, 2006
Oooooh, the cute little duckies.

  These are some illustrations I did recently for a math book for HoughtonMifflin.       (more…)

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Posted by | September 9, 2006
Pantys Fants

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Posted by | September 6, 2006
Pantelope character designs, etc. Part 1

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...

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Posted by | August 25, 2006
The True Church of Elvis

I thought I'd do a stained glass version of Elvis. Why? No, no, no. Why not? (more…)

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