Monday, November 30, 2009

more skull bats




rough color idea

Clean Line with correct wing and skull

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Monday, November 23, 2009

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

the sketch


Going to try some Photo Chop coloring!! this is early on stuff.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Bits from the Skunkfu archive

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Fun little sequence... way to many characters:)!!!

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Just a detail of bird lumberjack!
No trees where actually harmed in the making of this film folks! :)



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Great little grab moment....

Sunday, July 19, 2009

mural and bunk bed


Wall #1

Wall #'s 2-3
DetailBed
Look mom no glue!

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Floral Graphics


Just a color comp for a larger painting... any comments/ preferrences would be greatly appreciated!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Leeching

A little information about leeches from: www.leeches.biz/medicine-leech.htm
Leech Facts


1. There are 650 known species of leeches.
2. The largest leech discovered measured 18 inches.
3. About one fifth of leech species live in the sea, where they feed on fish.
4. The leech has 32 brains.
5. The Hirudo leech lays its babies within a cocoon; whereas the Amazon leech carries its babies on its stomach - sometimes as many as 300.
6. Not all leeches are bloodsuckers. Many are predators which eat earthworms, etc.
7. The Amazon leech uses a different method of sucking blood. It inserts a long proboscis into the victim, as opposed to biting.
8. The bite of a leech is painless, due to its own anaesthetic.
9. The Hirudo leech injects an anti-coagulant serum into the victim to prevent the blood clotting.
10. The leech will gorge itself until it has had its fill and then just fall off.
11. The leech will gorge itself up to five times its body weight.
12. The first leech was used in medicine about 1000 B.C., probably in ancient India.
13. In the past, people would stand in the lakes and pools dotted around the country and when the leeches attached to their legs they would put them in baskets and sell them. Today the Hirudo leech is an endangered species.
14. The original surgeons were barbers and they used leeches to cure anything from headaches to gout!
15. The nervous system of the leech is very similar to the human nervous system and is an enormous benefit to researchers in their quest for the answers to human problems.
16. The nearest relatives of leeches are earthworms.
17. Leeches can bite through a hippo's hide!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Mural





Some Fairy character sketches... any helpful ideas or improvements are welcome. These are studies for a mural I will be painting.

Friday, January 2, 2009

Pauper Poppies


Photographs of Paintings... crap camera phone.