Wednesday, April 30, 2008

IF - Wrinkles

When Captain Bluebird-Beard had the idea of tattooing the treasure map to the back of his first mate Cannonball thirty years ago he never thought about wrinkles.

“Arggh! I can't tell if this is a river or a wrinkle even with me bifocals yaar!”

Sorry guys this one went a bit blurry after I uploaded it for some reason, focus blogger focus.

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Sunday, April 20, 2008

IF - Primitive

In the future robot children will visit robot museums to learn about early robot life. What a glorious future it will be.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Spread the word!

I just read a very disturbing post about illustrators works being stolen to publish a book called “Colorful Illustrations 93°C.” Do not to buy this book! The Publishers stole the illustrations and interviews. On-line the book is being sold for an outrageous $100 - of which none is going to the illustrators that created the work. Unfortunately this kind of theft is becoming bolder and I want to do whatever I can to help fight against it.

Originally I was going to re-post the full story from Luc Latulippe's blog, but instead go visit Luc Latulippe's site and read his post about this whole sickening situation.

I'd like to thank Holly DeWolf for passing this along to me, and I ask that everyone please help spread the word. This is an important issue that everyone in the industry needs to be informed of.

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

IF - Fail

A stinky driver fails her road test spectacularly.

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Thursday, April 03, 2008

IF - Homage to Mr. Dressup

Mr. Dressup was my favorite TV show as a kid, and it most likely my first artistic inspiration. Mr. Dressup was played by the late Ernie Combs. Along with Mr. Dressup is Casey and his dog Finnegan, who were brought to life by puppeteer Judith Lawrence.

The Mr. Dressup show was fantastic! He would tell stories, sing, and of course dress-up in silly costumes and put on plays. My absolute favorite part of Mr. Dressup was when he would draw, and I dreamed that one day I would be able to draw just like him.