Emily Is a Hairy Beast

09/08/2012

I originally made this piece as a card for Emily. Attached was typography that read “Emily Is a Hairy Beast”. Although it is far from the truth, it is still fun to call her that when she gets a little armpit stubble.

PS: Love you Emily.

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Asteroid / Comet

09/08/2012

I am not sure what the differences are between comets and asteroids. Frankly, I’m too lazy to google it. Nonetheless, here are some doodles.

The latter, is based on a Typography class project from my CCAD days.


Hobo Robot

07/21/2012

 

 

I found some nice markers at my old job and started doodling on a piece of laminate. This is what happened.


Creative Service Logo

07/17/2012

At my previous job we were sitting around, considering changing our department title to Creative Services and tossed around the idea of designing a logo to represent ourselves. This is what we decided upon.


Crooked Teeth

05/13/2012

 

Here is a doodle I’ve been sitting on for a while. Came up with it back in College, intending to turn it into a much bigger piece. It still sits on my to-do list. Don’t be surprised if you see these Crooked Teeth again in the distant future.


Craggy

03/31/2012

During some downtime at my previous job, I came up with a challenge for myself. The challenge was to try and anthropomorphize an object into a character. One that could be recognized as a mascot for a fictional team or school.

With that outline I created this little fella above, with graphite and digital coloring. I never formally returned to the challenge, all  though you could look at my work and find plenty of pieces that fit the part.

This post also ties into last week’s, being that they are both the only stone characters I’ve ever created.


Strong, Silent

03/19/2012

Need sleep. Can’t turn brain off.

Creativity always seems to strike at inopportune times. So what better to do than catalog some fresh ideas and catch up on my posting.

This fella here is another classic work time doodle. I would really like to see this in my future backyard, carved from stone like an Easter Island moai.


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