Monday, July 27, 2009

11 Days left...

I have four bags and each one is about 75% done or more. Working on tech packs and sketches. Final renderings are... lacking. It's all going to go in a book for final presentation, probably a big ole poster to accompany. The earlier "Street Fighter" became less aggressive and more delinquent. Themed around graffitiists and with nothing better to do than tag trains and alleys. It's mostly empty of graphics for the owner to tag his own gear.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Che triste

I still really miss Italy...

...and my dimwitted TV hostess.

Friday, July 24, 2009


That's fx4. Man it's addictive.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

I shoed a little bit

I got distracted and sketch a men's formal shoe. I love Sketchbook Pro and would like to try the 2009 edition. I heard good things about it, especially the $100 price tag.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Votes yes on Prop C

The third proposal is following a "street fighter" theme. For the young lad who's out on the street, up to know good. It's following the look of WWII motorcylces, utiliatiran, rugged. Asymmetry to follow the gas tank. It's a bit plain looking now, I know, but I just got on the Cintiq today. Look for more spangley bits, leather, fasteners, pockets.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Phone charger base + writing my memoir

Yeah I'm writing my memoir. It's for a class ok, like my life is interesting enough to write a real memoir. But it's taking some serious time out of my bag project (which I've been meaning to post some images). It's the start of the second half, mid term was done last week already!

In unrelated news I found this:
taking a shampoo bottle and cutting bits off.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Shoes in disguise

Transformers shoes?! Yeah. They look pretty toyish and plasticy to me. Still, it's cool that someone actually green lit the idea at Nike. Packaging it neato too.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

I wish I could illustrate

I'm always impressed when I walk the Illustration floor here at CCS. Even more so than looking at shiny digital models or Photoshop renderings in the ID department.
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Detroit, MI, United States
I don't blog that much.