Friday, March 28, 2008


I did this in about 15 minutes, mostly with the line tool in Photoshop. I added the atmospheric snow and some detail in the foreground with a brush. I've been studying tanks this week and wanted to get an image out of my head so I can get on with my homework. This one might be kinda fun to explore a bit more in depth someday.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Weekly Creature #002

Happy Easter! At some point I'll probably flesh this out a bit (yeah, right...), but I have other things to get to this evening.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Transform and Roll Out!

For those with whom I am not in regular contact, just thought I'd throw up an image of the work that's been consuming most of my time lately... Weston James Anderson is 3 weeks old today and looks to be a WIP for years to come.

So far, being a Dad seems a lot like being a POW in a foreign war... I am constantly awakened just as I fall asleep; I need to be alert and on my toes at all times; strange substances are always flung at me, making sure at least part of me is wet, damp, and uncomfortable at all times. But instead of relentless beatings, he is actually sweet some of the time, so I can't complain too much. Besides, if I've got the time to complain, I oughta just sleep instead...

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Weekly Creature #001

Okay, so I've decided to do weekly themed drawings before (see the... um... 2 weekly robots I did... months ago...), but this time I really mean it! Well, by calling it "weekly," I feel like I'm at least making the commitment to do it regularly. Maybe you all can keep me on task and demand more creatures. Right now I'm not very good, but after a couple of months of weekly creatures, I should at least improve. Comments and crits welcome and encouraged!

As far as format, I kind of like the idea of doing them at a 3.5"x2" size, as that is a standard size for business cards. It might be kind of fun to print them off on business card sheets and trade 'em with friends. If anyone else is interested, let me know. We could trade them physically or just download 'em from each other's blogs and print 'em off ourselves. And why not throw vehicles/robotics/whatevers in there with it? Yeah, this could be kinda fun. Anyway, here's week #1: