Saturday, December 10, 2011


Nic and I went to the Natural History Museum in LA yesterday! It was unplanned and wonderful. These are the only two drawings I did while I was there, unfortunately. Since it was my first time, I just sort of ran around ogling and crying over how awesome everything was. I seriously teared up when I entered into the first dino-room with that Mamenchisaurus--- GIGANTIC and breathtaking.

I just kept thinking-- I'm in front of Dinosaurs!!!

So many that I didn't know, too! I was totally dissapointed, when I was 5 I knew 'em all!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Huesera Gallery Updates

So about two weeks back I put up the show I've mentioned before! I have some documentation of the event, so I'll share it for you here.   Don't mind the Bone Mobile video...I idiotically turned it sideways forgetting the video wouldn't right itself. Ha!

 But First, More Process for Huesera's Death Mask casting

 My whole set up: Bone Mobile and Burial Mound, Animation Loop, and Shadowbox Deathmask.
The Bone Mobile.

 Death Mask Shadow Box: cast in wax, broken apart, then reassembled.

And here are two videos to share with the good folks at home.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Post-its? Spring Design

Thinking about making some post-its.

Seasonal? Sounds fun to me.

Monday, October 17, 2011

La Huesera- Death Mask

 Natural Terra Cotta clay. Total time 3ish hours. 10.5x6.5x3.5 (roughly) life size piece.

Preparing for my part in the upcoming MFA Thesis Exhibition. I've got a 3 part exhibit I'm planning, with the death-masks being one part.  Taking my character and bringing her to "reality". Not going for hyper-realism here, but a feeling/ translation of the feel of my character if she would be "alive" in the real realm.

Here's a sneak peek at something else planned for the exhibit too:

Saturday, October 8, 2011

The Bird Wife

(last image based upon the super talented Eyvind Earle's work)

I'm working on a small 10 page  comic. Sneak Preview of "The Bird Wife"
Coming in the next coming months.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Character Design of myself

So, I'm going to try sitting in on a Character Design class with Andy Suriano . This is a hack at myself, which is the first assignment. I tried to go in a different direction than how I usually character myself for my webcomic. We'll see.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Friday, August 5, 2011

Up and Running!

Finally! My webcomic is up and running once more! No more problems! A month has gone by...and I am still no where close to making it prettier...which was the cause of the crash. 
Anwho, go visit the webcomic at Veeblesaurus! Updates Fridays!

Friday, July 22, 2011


(gouache on watercolor paper)

 (Ink on watercolor paper)

(Ink, Watercolor, and Nail-polish on Bristol)

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Yellow Yellow. Sweet Fellow.

Something pretty I made. It's so yellow I took it outside and got blinded. HA. Picasso had his Blue period, I have my yellow.

Monday, June 27, 2011

More Life Drawing

Share share share. Pretty ladies.

Saturday, June 18, 2011


 I have a cat, back in Pennsylvania. I've recently started thinking about her...and all the ridiculous things I've seen her do....
more coming soon...oh yes...

Friday, June 17, 2011

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Foxes, Gouache and Polish Patternmaking.

So recently I've been thinking about patterns a lot. I mean A LOT. William Morris, Klimt, Polish Paper-cutting etc etc. I also decided I wanted to try my hand at some more things I've never done before. I like these foxes I've been making, share a couple with you here. I still have a bit to learn when it comes to gouache I think, but it was a fun start. My first two attempts went smoothly, but then a third ended in mush. I always do underdrawings as well, and I find that the gouache isn't quite thick enough to cover over the pencil line (at least as I'm using it) But hell, those colors are vibrant and  beautiful. I'm going to keep playing around with it... UNTIL I HAVE A ROOM FULL OF FOXES. Haha. yes.

(watercolor )

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Threadless Travel3 Competition!

Hey Folks! I just wanted to do a bit of shameless self-promotion. I've submitted a design to Threadless's Travel Competition-- If you take the time to sign up/sign in and vote you could help me win a four day trip to London! The piece itself is up on their website, and will be approved for voting within a couple of days! So please check it out and vote for me if you have the time, I'd greatly appreciate it!

here's the original art

And you'll be able to vote here when it's ready! If the link below doesn't say "pending approval" then you are good vote!!
Time Traveler - Threadless T-shirts, Nude No More

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Studies at the Getty Museum

So this past weekend I got to take a trip to the Getty. Love that place. A few overly studies done of some sculptures and paintings there. I got obsessive about the emotion portrayed in faces.  All original artists are mentioned, and you can find pictures of them here at  The Getty Center's Collection Site. Simply type in the name of the art! Pretty awesome for looking up specific artists as well.

 Henry Weekes 1859- Bust of an African Woman
 Jean-Baptiste Stouf Bust of Belisarius 1785-91
study of Moses

TMNT progress

  (rough layout photoshop)             (linework on watercolor paper)

(first pass watercolors)  
              (second pass watercolors)
 Final pass

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


SO I'm always slow on the bandwagon. Just found out 2011 Cartoon Network and Warner Brothers studios are bringing back the THUNDERCATS!

Tribbuteee timeeeee.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Tributes and Prop Design

 Prop designs- Lights...and some humor.
Tribute to the awesome Witch Hazel. Fun times with ink to  be had today.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Messing around with programs

omigosh TvPaint is my new love. Really quick, simple animation i did.

Hurrahhhh for new things.

Also please feel free to check out my home-boy Darrell T. Watson's and Tiffany Ford's short experiment "RAD and the Sword of Dreams". I got to do some animation for this thing, because let's face it those two are a power-house of design and story.  Check out their blogs, yo!

Thursday, April 14, 2011