Saturday, April 24, 2010

Five year post!

I randomly noticed yesterday that my blog is five years old today. It seems like the past five years have gone by fast, but this blog makes me realize how many things have happened in those five years. I started it when I was working my first in-house animation job, with people who already had years of experience. I have had close friends drift away, and gotten to know others like family, watch them get married, have babies, and have met wonderful people online in person. The blog was mostly started to keep my family up to date with daily going-ons, and to start being more open about my artwork. Also, it makes me feel old. Yay! Who knows where we will all be in five years, probably in good places and spirits!

So I had to draw a horsey thing for something at work. Which led to the desire to draw a pegasus for fun.

The next two images were ones I was saving for an upcoming sketchbook app, but since they were drawn on small post-its I'm worried they might look really bad for zooming in. So here's some stuff that's been hoarded for awhile.
The bunny is actually from 2009, when I was on "Brave and the Bold".

Super special secret add on!!! I was going to wait a couple of weeks to announce this, but the press release is already online.
Won't you be a friend of Immedium to keep up with the updates? :D (click it already!!)

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Pencily post-its and poop-its

Finishing up some super fun freelance and fun stuff at work, then back to my personal projects soon! So excited!
Anyway, here are some random scribblings that aren't work related from the last couple of months. Things are crazy!

Just found out my "Soul Mates" piece from "The Last Unicorn Show" is going to a happy home and a hardcore unicorn fan. Yay!!!
Almost forgot, here's a song I over-listened to this week. The album is on iTunes.
Heavenly Star-Genki Rockets

Monday, April 05, 2010

The Last Unicorn Art Show

"The Last Unicorn Art Show", Friday, April 16th, 7pm-11pm at the Tattoo Factory Gallery located at 4443 N. Broadway in Chicago.
A full artist list and movie screening schedule can be found at
I really wish I could go to this in person. Peter S. Beagle is going to be there, and I'm sure there is going to be alot of cool artwork for this. There's also going to be a screening of the movie with a Q and A with Mr. Beagle. Chicago peoples are so lucky!

I did two pieces, the next three images go in one frame:

This is from the short story "Two Hearts" that followed up the original book. It's a bit of a spoiler, but I wanted to try to draw something without the pressure of the look of the movie.

And here are the pieces in their purdy frames. The three small drawings are actually bigger unframed, in case anyone decides they want it.


I was really hoping to eventually draw Sooz, but this is as far as I got.

Some random unicorn drawings from ages ago. I was saving them for a sketchbook, but that isn't happening, not in paper form anyway. Check back later.

Orange kitty drawn with a special brush marker that Tara gave me!

For secret Red Bull drawing, go HERE!