I realize it's been a bit dry around here for a while, but rest assured it's all for good reasons. I'm currently working full time on Pacman and the Ghostly Adventures - wrapping up season 2 - and taking Tron Mai's 10 week Storyboarding course though the Concept Design Academy. All in all, I haven't had much time for fun updates or more personal work.
However! Rest assured that once the class has ended, I will have a batch of brand new work to show, and I'm eager to get started on it!
I was stuck in traffic on the way to work a few weeks back. As I neared the breaking point of how much sitting still I could take before my head exploded, I noticed a honey bee landing on my car door, right outside the window. I generally park under a tree (and rarely get my car washed), so the pollen must have attracted the little guy.
In that instant, it all became clear. At the top of my lungs, I exclaimed "Bees? BEES!!" and - in almost this exact form - though of this:
Last night was the gallery opening for "The Wes Andershow," and it was a huge success! So many people came through, and I was able to catch up (albeit briefly) with many old friends, and some new ones, too!
"The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" was the first Wes Anderson film saw growing up, and it has remained my favorite of his. When the opportunity arose to create a piece for a tribute show, I knew it had to be something with Stevezy and Team Zissou.
Earlier this month we lost our sweet bulldog, Nancy. It was a heart-breaking experience that began January 1st, with a swift decline over the next week-and-a-half. Seemingly on a dime, she went from our big, dumb, lovably-active bully, to having incredible pain in her back, and unable to walk. Only after several trips to the vet was it determined to most likely be a form of Bone Cancer. After having her but a short 9 months, our poor little 4-year-old puppy had to be let go.
At least, that's what the paperwork says…
I present to you now, the true story of her departure:
I know it's been a while since my last update, but I've been pretty busy finishing up work on Robot Chicken. In other news, I'll have a piece in the upcoming "Wes Andershow" at Meltdown Comics this March! Mark your calendars, there will be plenty of talent there!
Sorry for the lack of updates over the passed few months... I've been very busy working on several projects... Currently boarding for "Pac-man and the Ghostly Adventures." When work dies down I'll be able to update with new drawings (and some of the things I've been working on, too)!
In the meantime, my tumblr page is update more often with doodles and other smaller drawings of mine.