This is my sketch of a steampunk samurai. Daimyo Dynamo? Ok, maybe not. Now on to the painting!
Glad my move from SF to NYC is largely finished. UPS made my boxes look like some demented origami art; however, most things seem to have come through unscathed. I still wish that I could’ve driven across the country with my wife. That would’ve been nice.
All that remains is to fill in all the normal blanks. Place to live, job, car and so forth. That’s right! I said car. At least at the moment it will be a necessity. I’m also excited at the prospect of getting a bike. SF is a terrible place to bike, being full of monster hills, NYC seems mild in comparison. That is if you don’t count the monster traffic/aggressive driving. Not that SF doesn’t have its share of that too.
I’m looking forward to many new and engaging relationships with clients and interesting projects!
Just finished the improved and updated version of my graphic resume. Now when I see a new job opening I can pounce on it. This new version has rewritten and in many cases expanded job descriptions and the addition of a several month long assignment I had for a commercial real estate firm. So far this is the most clearly I’ve ever communicated what I’ve been doing and what I want to do in the future. Hopefully it will have the impact that the first version did.
If you hadn’t seen this, myself and some friends of mine just completed an animation starring the mighty and terrible Cthulhu in his version of the Old Spice ad. Many thanks to Jace, Jack, Linda, Sam and the elder god himself! You can view it here and don’t forget to purchase a great looking Sanity Roll tshirt as well!
I just got finished updating the galleries with new larger preview images. Now I love to look at the pages of my portfolio and have rid myself of the shame of preview images that are too small.
This is my entry for the BoingBoing.net back to school un-CGI contest. Good luck to everyone who has entered! In this image Totoro, with the Minions from Despicable Me on his chest, is winning a race in Mario Kart. How great would it be to unlock Totoro in that game
This image was made with watercolor on illustration board. I have to do more stuff like this. I really enjoyed it!
That’s right! This inaugural print collection of Quitting Time is perfect bound, and makes a perfect addition to your library or a gift for anyone who’s ever had to do time in retail. The book is $11 for an unsigned copy or $16 for a special signed Artists’ Edition!
Today I finished my new graphically formatted resume/CV and I’m well satisfied with how it turned out. One of the things motivating me to reformat my resume this way is that I think my normal resume has problems communicating my experiences. The work experience path is an easy way to communicate the different fields that I’ve worked in. At any rate if you shoot me an email I’ll send you my shiny new tool to help me explain why you should hire me