Tuesday, December 11, 2007


Have a flamboyant wingless bee man. Inspired by my good pal Trevor Spencer who has been drawing people in bee costumes for some odd reason lately. What is even more peculiar though, is that I had and urge to do one myself...

The semester is almost over now and then I will be going back home to good ol' Ottawa... And there I can back to doing illustrations on a regular basis.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Thursday, November 15, 2007

We had a real RAWF of a time.

Sketches from the RAWF (Royal Agricultural Winter Fair) All digitized.
And yes a Lama did eat a child and I decided to take full advantage of the situation and put my artistic ability to use in an attempt to capture the moment at hand.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Be ye he?

Even though it wasn't intentional,
it was brought to my attention later that this looks like a jester pledging
his allegiance to the American flag. :P

Bryan Huff Maya-ing.

Something a little more abstract.

Friday, November 09, 2007

Word up Bromeo?

Boring roman warrior cheese
Sketch for the gesture of a painting I'm thinking of doing.

Sunday, November 04, 2007

I can be your Garfriend

This is a work in progress ladies and gents... Ladies and gents...

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Who Would Have Guessed???

After doing this image I realized she kind of resembled Scarlet Johanson a bit, and it reminded me of this time I did a celebrity look alike test and apparantley I look like Scarlet Johanson!
I think the likeness is UNCANNY!!! REALLY!!!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Monday, October 08, 2007

Makin' Bacon on the Beach

This is my baby. I've been working on this one for the past few weeks, trying to get it to look like the way I wanted it to, and thanks to the help of some friends I was able to achieve it.

Hooray for Pokemon!

Saturday, September 29, 2007

For Real.

These are some paintings I did in gouache and water colour while I was staying at my grandma's place for a week near the end of the summer.

Back in high school, we did self portraits using a mirror and I always found it so difficult. So I gave it a try now with more experience from life drawing in college and whatnot and the result was much more satisfactory. The second one is my sister and her husband's (OH so belated) wedding gift and the last one was a painting I just felt like doing after looking at a bunch of Frazetta books. I actually used markers and pencil crayons on that one, but I didn't like some of it in real life so I edited some of it in Photoshop. Painting in real life feels a lot more rewarding. I want to do it more often.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Drawings Ahoy!

I don't remember this man's name but when I was at my Grandma's place, she was watching a show where an evangelist minister answered questions that people mailed in. He had an interesting face...

This may look like DQ but it actually was a stern looking man drawing the model at the life drawing place I went to from time to time over the summer. He actually looked more like George Lucas than anything...

Some guy that looked kind of goofy while drawing at life drawing. Took the opportunity rip him to shreds! He was more interesting to draw then the actual model!

Trevor Spencer resembling a Mandrill. :P

My buddy Steve from work!

A Life drawing from the summer.


Friday, August 17, 2007

Photoshop Painting

Well school's creeping back on us. Somewhere in between work and the excessive amounts of video game playing this summer I managed to do SOME art. I