Sunday, May 13, 2007

matte painttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt

waterfall fountain!!!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Robot city

this is the main building for the robot city
its big.
its shiny
its ROBOT!!


Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Tuesday, May 08, 2007

In class work.

this is the image that i worked on in Background class.

layout and original idea is Craig Mackay's stuff.

we basically had to take someone else's idea, and draw in your own way + some kind of design element.
I got bubbles and hearts as my design element.
why bubbles and hearts!?

Myth creature from A-E

A is for Alkonost. The Alkonost is the bird of paradise in Slavic mythology. It has the body of a bird with the face of a woman. The name Alkonost came from the name of Greek demi-goddess Alcyone transformed by gods into a kingfisher. The Alkonost reproduces by laying eggs on the sea-shore then putting them into the water. The sea is then calm for six or seven days at which point the eggs hatch, bringing a storm. For the Russian Orthodox Church Alkonost personifies God's will. She lives in paradise but goes into our world to deliver a message. Her voice is so sweet that anybody hearing it can forget everything. Unlike Sirin, another similar creature, she is not evil. From Russian myth.

B is for Baku. In the Folklore of the people of Japan, this is a benevolent semi supernatural monster that looks something like an enormous tapir. The baku is described as having the body of a horse, the head of a lion and the legs and paws of a tiger. This creature fulfills a role for humans during their early waking moments: if they have suffered a bad dream, all that is necessary is to call upon Baku to eat it up. The obliging monster will then devour the nightmare and restore the humans to peaceful day.

C is for Celphie. This is a monstrous hybrid creature in the traditions of medieval Europe. It was described as having a body resembling a cow but with five legs, each of which was human from the elbow down to the hands instead of feet. The Celphie was said to inhabit the wastes of Ethiopia. This curious creature was one of the many described and exaggerated by travelers, crusaders, and pilgrims to a gullible audience at home.

D is for Diwe. This is the name of a group of monsters in the folklore of Iran. The diwe are described as huge creatures with horns, which hunt and devour any human beings that wander into their territory.

E is for Estas. This is the name of fabulous bird in the folklore and mythology of Carrier people of British Colombia, Canada. It is from this great bird that the people were saved from the freezing cold by its benevolent gift of fire.

its....... hot....

Sunday, May 06, 2007


its so hard to work lately... its such a NICE day out there.
ahhhh.... SoCal weather....

makes.... you........ sleeeppppyyyy......

Thursday, May 03, 2007

quick forest mattepaint

bah. i gatta get back in shape.
most of the stuff aren't coming out like i want it to come out..