Nov. 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.

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These Lives Are Kind Of Still

Nov. 14, 2010, midnight

Just some boring, badly scanned, still life images.

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Prov 25:11 - Overdramatic Misinterpretation

Oct. 27, 2010, midnight

A little somethin' from watercolor class. We were supposed to portray the verse Prov 25:11, which says

A word aptly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of silver.

I leave it up to you to determine if that's what I actually painted.

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Coke Mine

Oct. 20, 2010, 3:09 p.m.

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Taylor University Campus

Oct. 15, 2010, midnight

Some quick sketches of my beloved TU campus.

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Modified Crab-Skink

Sept. 20, 2010, midnight

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Chopper Guts

June 23, 2010, midnight

The beginnings of a watercolor I was planning to do for the man who taught me how to ride (and also from whom I bought my first bike). But three years later, it's still just a light pencil sketch.

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Mr. Stitch

June 13, 2010, midnight

This is a character from a crazy short story idea I had about a cosmetics testing facility hidden in the jungles of South America where an insane doctor under the employment of Millennium Cosmetics Corporation performs the unethical testing of new cosmetic products on volunteer patients who are led to believe they will be paid and given free cosmetic care.

Patient 932, however, escapes and goes around jumping on people and hyper extending their necks while screaming "SKREEE!" and salivating profusely.

This story, I realize, is a very stupid one. But before I lose all creative credibility in the reader's most valued opinion, please note that... um... actually, I can't recover from that. It's just a bad idea.

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