Monday, July 23, 2007

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Let the Challenge Begin

so at work on Friday, two guys decided to undergo a challenge of gastro-intestinal proportions. The task? eat 20 dollars worth of food from the super cheap japanese restaurant Tokyo 7-7. The result? a near coma-like state of drowsiness commonly known as "the itis".

neither contestant completed the challenge, the only true winners were the audience, who got to witness this test of consumption-based fortitude.

Thursday, July 12, 2007


It's been waaaaay too long since I drew these guys. Gotta get back in the habit.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

A New Harvest: Rant of the High Geek Priest

Sorry about the massive update, the time usually spent neglecting this blog is being rerouted for your convenience, dear reader. Anyway, I wanted to talk about a discovery I made yesterday. While at the book store attempting to reserve a copy of Harry Potter (they were out), I came across a rack of comic books. Looking to cement my nerdiness (and also find some good reference material). I made a guilty discovery, a comic produced by marvel called "power pack", which features four pre-teen sibling superheroes teaming up with various marvel heroes to defeat bullies and villains alike. Lame plot I know, but the thing that really interested me was that the art was done by a team of japanese artists collectively called "Gurihiru". I found it awesome that their style was basically a reverse-engineered version of Avatar (an american made "anime"). It's definitely marvel, but it's also very anime. I'm big into hybrid comics like this, and the colors just leap out at you. There's a girl who flies around leaving a rainbow trail everywhere,'s like that.

anyway, I just thought it was cool, I've never really bought comics from "the rack" before, but the simple fun that is power pack has inspired a change in my settled, creaking ways.

'till next


The Post Harvest - Episode 6 - Firm Resolve

just working on muscles, trying to make them look ridiculous and Hulk-ish.

The Post Harvest - Episode 5 - Workings of the Skyscript

little character portraits for my other big dream project, the bald guy still needs a name. Any suggestions?

The Post Harvest - Episode 4 - The Mockwise Patrius

That kid again, his name is Barn, and he lives in that little hut, his father, whose name something is the other guy on the page.

The Post Harvest - Episode 3 - Labors of the Mindsoul

A bunch of sketches featuring the redesigns I'm tinkering with for the comic I do for the school paper. The little kid is the main character of a children's book I'd like to write one day.


The Post Harvest - Episode 2 - Sons of Leo

I've been messing around with styles, and I've gotten really stuck on this big chest, tiny leg thing, it's really fun. That's Lion-O and Snarf from Thundercats, just in case you're not into cartoons about anthropomorphic catmen and their feline/lizard hybrid companions.

The Post Harvest - Episode 1 - Path of Origin

It's another exciting evening. My computer is straining with all it's might right now. For I am currently backing up all my files, downloading a torrent, using the internets, and have photoshop opened. If this post suddenly stops, please know that my laptop did not die in vain, but in the pursuit of that mythical vision I like to call information.

Here we have a few random doodles, and the concept images for a picture I did for a guy on Dev. Art.

Monday, July 09, 2007


This was a fun little diversion.

Sunday, July 08, 2007

Something Up Ahead!


So I made a couple site changes, now you can actually get from tube to tube with relative ease!

In other news.

I went to the Getty today with my buddy and co-worker Jed, and his wife. Jedward is an amazing artist and has a blogspot similar to my own. view it here!

After the exhibit, we went and saw Ratatouille. It's definitely the best movie I've seen in a while (transformers is an oh so close second though). You just gotta love that new school Disney/Pixar Magic. I think crazy ol' Walt would be proud to see how things are going over there. I just can't remember feeling so satisfied after the movie was over since I saw Knocked Up. But this hit me on a completely different level. If you haven't seen it yet, please fix this problem, and fast.

That's all I gots for now, but I've got a whole mess of sketches to upload, so expect those soon.



Tuesday, July 03, 2007


new stuff: a couple of cowboy bebop-inspired drawings, elliot from "Open Season", and the Guild steersman from Dune Messiah.

Let's talk about things:

So today I got cornered by an adolescent boy today after leaving the Trader Joe's next to Sony. He had the beginnings of a mustache and soft peach hair on his arms. He wanted to tell me about the ACLU. While he was explaining their cause, I abrubtly realize that this was not a boy at all, but merely an unshaved women of about my age! A shocking discovery! Still, to be fair I heard her out and tossed her a couple of dollars for the information and her cause. It should be known, however, that for the entire second half of the conversation I could not help but stare at her fem-stache.

'till next,