Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Red hearts, green clovers...and purple horse shoes.

So I start working up in Salt Lake with magic art leprechauns that get all their work done, and than go home and blog. How do they do it? These guys up at Avalanche are having trampoline sleep overs with out me, I know it. So as much as I wish I could post the hours of work I have been doing, chances are a swat teem of Mickey mouse cadets would take my children from me in the night, and key my dodge stratus. So I will post an oldie. A 3D oldie.



12 comments:

Grassman said...

you working at avalanche now? great job! your among the best now:).

so if you can't make it to my show my website will be up by friday. getting excited.

see you if you make it to thur sometime

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Oh yeah I like this beast, superb work !!!

meg dinnell said...

how's work? the beast is cool

paper-muncher said...

I love the coloring and textures. Also, the proportions are deluxe, including the liberties you took with his jaw, shoulders and calf muscles. How. Is. Work?

marcobucci said...

Awesome stuff! A plein air post, and then a 3D model. Quite the range! Man, that plein air trip looks like fun. I love painting with other people out in the field. Keep on posting this mad inspiration!

justin said...

dude, you're a genius

Aaron said...

shiz kid zhiz. really great model.

PaulSketch said...

whoaa this is so cool!! neat to see the process

adrian said...

WICKED DUDE!!! I'm inspired to cretae!

Grant said...

What is it with you and trampoline sleep overs any way. Back when you where working at the Sweep you'd complain about the same thing.

Well dude, I've been to a few trampoline sleep overs and you're not missing a damned thing. They're over rated if you ask me.

p.s. Dillon Thompson I want you to be the father of my children.

Megalaros said...

I'll bring over my trampoline and we'll get the sprinkler under it. I mean post pleinair paintings. Great work!

dintoons said...

fantastic!