meet-me-in-europe:

Venice, Italy

I’m about 90% sure that is right by where we where living in Venice. 

meet-me-in-europe:

Venice, Italy

I’m about 90% sure that is right by where we where living in Venice. 

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So I was super bored yesterday and I made a dumb little doodle. I need to get out more. 

So I was super bored yesterday and I made a dumb little doodle. 
I need to get out more. 

Solar Odyssey

Okay, I’m working on a sci-fi setting based on The Odyssey (Cyberpunk meets Classical Mythology in spaaaaaaaaace!).

My question is; what do you think of making the hero Odysseus, a heroen: Odyssia?

Just some of my favorite video games ever, which I also find hugely inspirational for art and design and stuff. 

Also, (with the exception of SSBM) they all do an INCREDIBLE job of world-building and characterization. I love these games so much and I want to work with Retro Studios or Valve or Bioware or From Software so much.

*Not included on this list: Metroid Zero Mission, Fusion, Super Metroid, Metroid Prime 2 & 3. I really, really, really, like Metroid you guys. 

**Except for Other M because it is literally the worst and has no redeaming qualities whatsoever. God I hate Other M so much. 

You guys are alllllllllllllllllllllllllllright!

To all my lovely followers, I just wanted to say thanks for taking an interest in my work; it really means a lot to me!
You folks are all super cool and attractive people, with great personalities and I wanna get to know you guys better.
So, how about you message me and tell me a little about yourself?

A piece I did about classic movie monsters as a private commission. The monsters (from left to right) are Godzilla, a Tripod from War of the Worlds, King Kong, Frankenstein’s Monster, the space slug from Empire Strikes Back, the Wolfman, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors, and Jaws.This was a ton of fun to work on since I absolutly adore monster movies. The original King Kong and Godzilla films hold a special place in my heart, Empire Strikes Back is probably my favorite movie, and Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein is one of my favoirite books.

A piece I did about classic movie monsters as a private commission. 

The monsters (from left to right) are Godzilla, a Tripod from War of the Worlds, King Kong, Frankenstein’s Monster, the space slug from Empire Strikes Back, the Wolfman, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors, and Jaws.

This was a ton of fun to work on since I absolutly adore monster movies. 
The original King Kong and Godzilla films hold a special place in my heart, Empire Strikes Back is probably my favorite movie, and Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein is one of my favoirite books.

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LET ME SMOOCH YOU

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A rough work-in-progress sketch of a piece i’m doing on some classic movie monsters. We got a Tripod from War of the Worlds, Godzilla, King Kong, Frankenstein’s monster, The Wolfman, a Dune Worm, Jaws, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Audrey II, all just hanging out together.

A rough work-in-progress sketch of a piece i’m doing on some classic movie monsters. 
We got a Tripod from War of the Worlds, Godzilla, King Kong, Frankenstein’s monster, The Wolfman, a Dune Worm, Jaws, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Audrey II, all just hanging out together.

FTL!!!!

Dear United States Government, I know I’m not a citizen and I realize money is tight right now, but NASA is starting research into warp field generation which has practice applications such as (relativistically) going 11 times the speed of light. That possibility is absolutely mind-boggling.

Please throw money at them until Star Fleet becomes a real thing.

Another celebrity portrait of one of my favorite people on the face of the planet and a man who I greatly admire; Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Mr Tyson is a huge inspiration to me as a person, scientist, and philosopher of sorts. I really hope to meet him some day in person some day, high-five him, and just talk about space stuff for a few hours.

Another celebrity portrait of one of my favorite people on the face of the planet and a man who I greatly admire; Neil DeGrasse Tyson. 

Mr Tyson is a huge inspiration to me as a person, scientist, and philosopher of sorts. I really hope to meet him some day in person some day, high-five him, and just talk about space stuff for a few hours.

Another portrait of one of my favorite comedians Jon Stewart of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’.I really like Jon Stewart, he’s absolutely hilarious!

Another portrait of one of my favorite comedians Jon Stewart of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’.

I really like Jon Stewart, he’s absolutely hilarious!

Rough work in progress of my Omega Metroid redesign. Trying to incorporate some more crustacean elements into it and make it look tough, heavyset, and bulky, like an alien t-tex but on steroids. 

Rough work in progress of my Omega Metroid redesign. 
Trying to incorporate some more crustacean elements into it and make it look tough, heavyset, and bulky, like an alien t-tex but on steroids. 

I was bored so I doodled a cartoon T-Rex for fun.

I was bored so I doodled a cartoon T-Rex for fun.

I don’t understand how other artists do speedpainting; like, it takes me 7,000 hours to do a rough sketch. 

I’ll bet they made a deal with the devil or something. I would totally do that for art superpowers. 

Some of the common birds that can be found in my home province of Ontario, Canada. Ontario is home to far more species of bird than I’ve shown here; some live hear year round, others migrate too and from during the winters, but I’ve chosen what I think are the most recognizable species.  From top to bottom the birds are: Blue Jay, Robin, Crow, Sparrow, Pileated Woodpecker, Mourning Doves, Cardinal, Red-Wing Blackbird, Grackle, Red-tailed Hawk, Great Horned Owl, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Great Blue Heron, Common Loon (and chick), Mallard Duck (M & F), and Canadian Goose. 

Some of the common birds that can be found in my home province of Ontario, Canada. Ontario is home to far more species of bird than I’ve shown here; some live hear year round, others migrate too and from during the winters, but I’ve chosen what I think are the most recognizable species.  
From top to bottom the birds are: Blue Jay, Robin, Crow, Sparrow, Pileated Woodpecker, Mourning Doves, Cardinal, Red-Wing Blackbird, Grackle, Red-tailed Hawk, Great Horned Owl, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Great Blue Heron, Common Loon (and chick), Mallard Duck (M & F), and Canadian Goose.