Thursday, April 17, 2014
Here's another drawing of a familiar character I like to draw. Some of you may recognize him from my very first Flash project I did in school. He's a snow lizard that lives in the Arctic and must wear the appropriate attire since he's cold-blooded. He uses his giant magnifying glass to melt and crush ice.
Oh yeah, and remember that piece I did of Koopa Kid a few months ago for the SHM charity? Well, teh gallery is live and the auction begins soon! Check it out HERE and participate!
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Wednesday, March 26, 2014
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Monday, February 24, 2014
Doodling away to end this surprisingly filled weekend. This sketch turned out differently than I intended, but I like the mono-toned style. The Olympics are over, so it ended up becoming a winter snowy piece, haha! For those select few, they may recognize this character I draw occasionally. He is a lizard that lives in an arctic-like climate.
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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
My piece for the Nintendo Gallery for charity. My character was Koopa Kid.
Last year, a couple of my friends decided to organize a gallery of the original 151 Pokemon and auction off the art for charity. Raising over $8000 last year, the fine folks of the ShrunkenHeadMan Club at SJSU have decided to continue the tradition, this time broadening the theme to Nintendo characters. The auction will be announced soon and will probably run this Spring. The money will go towards a non-profit organization that works with autistic children. More details about the charity soon!.
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Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Last week marked C28's 4th annual gift exchange, organized by my buddy Kristina, and continued by those fine folks from my Animation/Illustration classes! Like last year, three words were chosen in lottery fashion as well as the exchangees.
This year's theme: SPACE, STOLEN TIME, COW. This year's exchangee: TIM
I didn't get a successful scan this time, so this is the only picture I have of the piece.
I took the theme a bit literally and chose to incorporate my fascination with space-time and relativity, along with the famous nursery rhyme.
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