<September 4, 2000>
- This is a drawing of a large whale, endowed with purple spots and the worst case of hemeroids I have ever seen.
- This is a drawing I did whilest I was sleeping. Note the great bannana fiend.
- Well, since its ok to upload... This was my [colorised] entry for the yerf portfolio and thus a somewhat older picture. 11x14 [I think]
- I've done a few versions of this pic, and decided to send this one since it looks the most 'complete'. The original image is coloured pencil, but it has since been painted over in Painter (Yes, I am a fan of computer colouring if it's well done.)
- Again, computer painted. I do a lot of work away from the computer as well, in pencil and inks, but my best recent works that I have scanned and complete are finished with Painter and my graphics tablet. Inked original, painted over.
- I was torn between sending in the uncoloured version and this one.. I personally prefer it without colour, but other folks like this one so I went with that. I've been told it looks like coloured pencils, but again the medium is Painter over an inked original.
- A picture of the character of a good friend of mine. Another attempt with my Prisma Markers. I'm slowly getting there!
- "...The nameless, faceless workers crushed like diamonds in the mud.." This piece didn't turn out as well as I'd hoped. It was half inspired by a song, half by reading a story about prison camps, and half by my own mentality at the time.
- Earth Summit. Art inspired by music that was inspired by a book that was inspired by... Well, for those of you who "get it", we may be closer than we think. Actually, I just thought it was a nice pic.
- An unusual (and somewhat crooked, due to the fact that it was hand-boxed) "Untitled!" panel that I'm considering using as my submission for RWO Magazine. Just a little visual essay on one of life's little annoyances. Comic and characters © me.
- Scratchy. I imagine anyone who's been listening to the music can name that tune, and guess what this was drawn for. And, yeah, I'd assume there's some forcefield holding the atmosphere in there, despite the door being open. It uses, you know, tachions and quarks and science and stuff.
<September 4, 2000>