Jacquelyn, From A PhotoMay 6, 2011, midnight
One of my first attempts at drawing girlfriend.
See Spot Run...May 1, 2011, midnight
Girlfriend has this thing where if she's sad, all you have to do is work the phrase "dead puppies" into the conversation and she's back to her normal good-humored self. So I made her a card with (a better version of) this on it to cheer her up.
Moustache FarmerMarch 14, 2011, midnight
A couple of months ago, somehow the words "moustache" and "farm" came up in the same dinner conversation, and so became associated with each other in my head. Immediately, some delightful images popped into my head and I couldn't help but laugh - of course then I had to explain what I was thinking to justify the outburst. I was not met with any great enthusiasm other than my own.
Nevertheless, I began to think about turning the idea of the moustache farmer into some sort of graphic novella, but all I've got right now are these mildly uncomfortable sketches.
Later on, I wrote a rambling little story about The Moustache Man and Mr. Breastmilk with some not-all-that-awesome illustrations, which I so thoughtfully included for you here.
SpaceminFeb. 12, 2011, midnight
Just some concept art for a video game that's been rolling around in my head for a while.
Take Your Shots!Jan. 14, 2011, midnight
I'm not one who really hates needles that much. I can generally take 'em like a man. But if THIS guy was the one administering my shots, I'd probably need a change of pants (and consequently lose all chances with the hot nurses, if there happened to be any around).
Giant Sphincter-Mouth BeastNov. 30, 2010, midnight
Yes, this is a terrible and disgusting idea. The thing is, for a short period I was quite obsessed with the funny-soundingness of the word "sphincter", and intrigued by how disgusting it made most people feel (myself included). And from that sick obsession, arose this waste of paper.
Some time I want to make a more complete rendering of it. Don't ask me why I feel compelled so - even I don't want to know that.
DaliphantNov. 14, 2010, midnight
This was a study of Dali for my watercolor class. Note that I'm not even attempting to capture the same kind of depth of meaning or complex symbolism that appears in Dali's elephant pieces - I may never be able to make anything on that kind of level... I merely meant to assume a similar look and theme.