Archive for 2009
Itâ€™s a long, cold walk across the moon, with plenty of time to dwell in deep thoughts and remember the places you came from.
This Friday, December 4th, will be the opening for a group holiday show at Wootini in Chapel Hill, NC. I’ll be there with some painted holiday cards along with some original art and prints for sale. Make sure to stop by and say hello if you’re in the area! Some more information here.
Four prototypes for the upcoming Twitterrific vinyl toy that I designed are being auctioned as a set. Check the Iconfactory for more information and details! Happy bidding!
A quick fruit snack is ready to eat while hiking across the top of some remote and secluded mountains.
I’ve recently been having a blast drawing cute rabbits and a ton of fruit and veggie icons for a new game at the Iconfactory. The game is rendered to look like a cartoon with simple characters on painted backgrounds, which gave me a great excuse to dabble in some animation. There will be some icons coming in the next week, but in the meantime, there’s more info about the game over on the Pickin’ Time website.
Update: Here’s a time-lapse video of me drawing some of the veggies from the game!
A hungry mole trying to score some grub, enjoying the Halcyon Days of late summer.
I created a mailing list to try out; I’ll use it to send out updates, early previews or perhaps even some exclusive content, sign up here to join in on the fun!
Should you ever find yourself in a low-gravity swamp with liquid plants on a strange planet somewhere out in the depths of space, make sure to find some local space monkeys to show you the way back to your space ship. Just don’t forget to thank them afterwards!