I did some serious, move all the furniture vacuuming today. I figured I am now free of dust bunnies for a while and came up with this quick sketch (colored very quickly in photoshop).
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Monday, November 8, 2010
Today at work another temp quit. The first one quitting wasn't a total shock and she seemed more interested in talking than working (so no reall loss there) but the one that was hired to replace her was actually very professional and a good worker. She left (with no notice to us or the temp agency) to start a full time job today. So in hindsight, maybe she wasn't so professional after all. It makes me wonder if people understand the concept of making a committment anymore. In both cases, they were told ahead of time this was a long term (3-4 month) assignment and in both cases, they quit after being there less than 4 weeks. Doesn't say much about the agency we hired them from either.
Here is my sketch for today.... a quick pencil sketch of Captain America. I decided to leave the wings off his head as I never understood what purpose they served.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
It's been a full art weekend as I've finished a few more cards for a card set I can't talk about yet and found time to do some "for fun" art. Magik of the New Mutants, drawn on a blank X-Men comic book cover, a Harry Potter sketch card (year 6) and.... the Earth.. created using Autodesk 3ds Max. The Earth is just one part of a larger piece I'll be working on over the next few weekends.
Friday, November 5, 2010
Today's installment offers both sketches AND a food review. First the sketches... a quick sketch of a moose and rough sketch of a Martian for a card I'm working on as part of the War of the Worlds trading card series.
Now for the food review... a few of us at work decided to try ZPizza today. It's a chain that offers pizza with "organic" ingredients. We ordered a small chicken sausage with vegan cheese and a large ham and pineapple. The large cost $16 and was the size of what I consider to be a medium pizza (I was not the only one who thought it was a bit small). I'm not sure the price of the small, but that seemed to be a reasonable size. The pizzas themselves are thin crust but they weren't crispy. I'm not a fan of crispy crust so on the one hand, it wasn't a problem on the other... I thought it was rubbery. I also thought the ham and pineapple pizza had no taste... it was very bland. The vegan cheese tasted a bit better and the crust didn't seem as rubbery. Definitely not somewhere I would go again, although I know vegans who enjoy it.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
This actually isn't "new" art, old art that hasn't been posted. This is the art for the base card I created for Sadlittle's (http://www.sadlittle.com/ ) Essence of Fairyland trading card series. Actual art is roughly 6x8 inches in size (and is available for sale if anyone is interested).