Monday, November 29, 2010

Skull Math

One of a few personal projects. This is my first attempt at creating a mathimatic set of rules to create a skull shape that can be easily plotted on paper, cut and folded. One that can be multiplide to change size and adjusted in spicific parts to change attributes "skull types". For a shot in the dark I'm quite happy with my first set of numbers but it resulted in a somewhat narrow shape ( shown in the image above). A trip to the natural history museum will be conducted next weekend for gathering refernce. More to come (Done using 4 segments)

Friday, November 26, 2010

First Snow Today

Painted this image while sitting on my girlfriend's bed and watching her study for uni.
The most finished image I've done in months. I would like to know what it's about though.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Decided to get out of town for my birthday and ended up in Brataslava, which is where I found this fine piece of man ass. As an artist I felt it my duty to document it and pose next to it to show accurate scale. Still ploding along putting together a rough copy of my first booky book, hopefully I'll have a first print done around xmas, a nice gift to myself.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

First Digital Portrait

A few weeks ago I took my lappy and tabby along to a local life drawing session. Definitly something I will be trying again. One problem I found was that my Lappy screen was far too reflective, and has very poor viewing angle, so once I found a good angle I was sitting as still as the model. So it seems that my list of things to get now includes a lappy with a good monitor.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Bolg starten

Like a nude lady on a giant flying penis, I am both excited and a little scared about this new blog thing.

Spent the weekend revisiting blender 3D, and made very little progress if any. Recently I finished writing a kids book of my own device and starting to edit it, hoping to get it to a publisher soon. No flying penises in the kids book mind you, never the less I'm happy with how it turned out.