Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Friday, July 16, 2010
i just got a brand new car (from 1993), so for the past few weeks ive been going to the LA Zoo on sundays to draw the aminals. these are my favorite results of said trips.
monkeys / apes / pretty much the same thing
the big orangoutang on the top left is trying to jam a stick into a water bottle.
things they fight at the circus
the floating poop at the upper left is actually a hippo. scientists say that hippos are actually evolved from floating poop.
things with four legs but never use them
the actual rhino has no horn. but if youll notice, he looks far happier when i draw one anyway. the zebra in the bottom left isnt dead, it was scratching its back by twisting around in the dirt.
things that are practically dinosaurs
that weird dinosaur bird thing's name is really long. i looked at the sign, and immediately knew i wouldnt even attempt to pronounce it in my head. then, a four year old girl walked past me, and said it correctly on her first try. even after hearing her say it, i still couldnt do it.
things that are adorable
yes, that monkey is giving the other one a blow job. yes, they hugged after. no, he never called. yes, it was damaging to the children present.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Friday, June 11, 2010
heres some drawings i dooed of brendan fraser, star of hit films like the mummy, the mummy 2, and monkeybone. these 20 failed attempts at drawing his very plain face are only the beginning. also, he was in GI Joe, but there's not much point mentioning that one.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Thursday, April 29, 2010
heres a walk cycle i did of Loop walking with his blood drenched axe and a severed unicorn head tied to a long stick. this thing has ridiculous amounts secondary motion going down. I'd count the unicorn head as thirdary motion, which is a real word i invented as i typed it.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
Sunday, February 14, 2010
blue yoshis are awesome. if they hold a shell in their mouth, they grow wings and can do mid air jumps. and if mario has a cape, you can cruise through almost every stage with zero effort. back when i was a kid, yoshi had orange arms, and blue yoshis had to be earned. none of this, "if you have a cape he'll always appear blue" nonsense. you'd have to either hit up star road or find a pair of magical wings to get a blue yoshi. blue yoshi is also the only way i could ever figure out how to beat tubular, the second stage of the "special world."