Just a little something for the winner of the lifetime achievement award for Most Uses of the Word "Eldritch" in a Human Lifespan.
More stop-motion fun! I took this little adventure with my lovely wife and child in January, but I only just now got around to putting a video together. Despite rumors to the contrary, we Seattleites don't have to wear scarves in July.
Here's a little Work-in-Progress from this afternoon. I wanted to play with something stylized, so instead of referencing a photo, I used one of my own people-watching sketches.
My brother asked me to put together a sort of "video resume" showcasing his workplace skills and abilities for potential employers.
Music used with the generous twitter permission of They Might Be Giants.
This was inspired by a hilarious gag from the first two minutes of the first episode of Gene's Jobs. Off to a good start, gentlemen.
Nothin' like a little podcast fan art. Check out MBMBaM, if you haven't yet. It will make you laugh until you throw up.
I've been getting into Paleontological art lately. Well, I've been into it since I was seven, but I'm just now actually doing some homework. Here's a sculpt of Monolophosaurs. It's still in-progress, and has a long ways to go. HIs eyes are too big, to begin with. And he needs more meat and muscle over the skeletal structure I started with.
My brothers, cousins, and I made this for my dad as a Christmas gift.
_This is a quick sketch of John Roderick, whom I had the pleasure of seeing twice this week and shaking hands with tonight. Here's how I first got to know him:
His band is called The Long Winters, and you can find them here:
I learned about him a few ways at once. One was from his guest appearance on Johnathan Coulton's newest album, Artificial Heart, which you can listen to, in its entirety, for free, here:
My other introduction to him was as the theme music for my favorite comedy podcast, My Brother, My Brother, and Me. Here's their sampler (If this kind of thing upsets you, you should know that it's crass, but gloriously, fantastically funny):
And, if that sold you, here's their main website:
Should I plug some more stuff?
I like to make things, and make things move. This blog is where I'll be putting sketches, tests, ideas, works-in-progress and such.