This is a tribute to one of the most photogenic men in the world. I decided to assemble this collection, not because he deserves it, but in order to expose his unique modeling talents to the world. Get ready world, here he comes.
I got this thick bitch a few months back. I shot it while standing about 25 yards away. Needless to say I was proud of my shot. We just needed Andrew Zimmern there to show us how to cook her up.
While waiting for the thumbs up on a project at work, this happened.
This is my second monitor that acts very nutty. I often have to restrain myself from smashing it to smithereens. As an alternative I thought I would mock it through caricature.
This is my most recent driving disc. It is a Nuke and S curves like a MFer. I love this disc and wanted to personalize it.
While on a call with a client, she mentioned the fact that she had started assembling the memoirs of famous dog show judge. I thought that was awesome, so this happened.
I now present Emily’s birthday present for 2012. Not quite as large as last year’s but still respectable.
I started off with a 3 foot by 4 foot canvas and applied my spackled texture. Then proceeded on to the underpainting of paint pencils and crayons.From there I shot up the line work with my projector and positioned it on the canvas. I then finished it off with a combination of acrylic and charcoal pencil.
As you can see, it now has a home above our bed. It serves as an excellent dream catcher. Lately I’ve been able to replace nightmares involving Kristen Stewart films with fanciful dreams of anthropomorphic peanut butter sandwiches.
At work we recently divided the Development Room into 3 teams. We then decided to come up with team names for each group. Our team decided call ourselves “The Junkyard Cats”. This is a quick pen sketch for a logo idea I had for our team.