This art is the final result of my first foray into the wonderful world of computer graphics. It was 1997 and it was created while messing around on the computer in my Design class. This is also, quite possibly, the first time I ever scanned anything.
I believe it started out as a colored pencil drawing, and after a lot of computerized manipulation, morphed into what you see here. I actually believe that the original drawing was wildly different from this final draft. (I lost the original)
The Siamese Fighting Fish is officially called the Betta. Go here to be amazed by the beauty of these creatures! Photos of Betta.
I have a Betta and his name is Ruby and he is blue.
Some animation to show that the Variety Frog Pad has six different designs. I plan to put this in my Frog Pad page. Please visit now. Under “Pages” to the right, click “Frog Pad”. Buy a Frog Pad or two. This is the first time I have used the “tween” feature. I like it! However, I couldn’t figure out how to use that effect in between the Pac-Man Frog and the Poison-dart Frog. Compared to the other smooth transitions, it seems to clunk from one to the other.
Any resemblance to anybody is purely coincidental!
Did the cover art for Flint Comix and Entertainment #62. Black ink and Photoshop color. On sale now at newsstands everywhere! Well, not exactly “On sale”,… they’re free. And, not exactly “now”, it might be a few days before you can find it. Actually, “everywhere” may be a little bit misleading. Let’s say the Genesee County area. Otherwise, “at newsstands”.
Here is a drawing I did of my sister’s birds, Oscar and Gonzo. Oscar is the blue one in the foreground and Gonzo is the little green guy in the back. Gonzo is very vocal. He screams at the top of his lungs a lot. Such beauty. There is a funny story behind this drawing. Well, maybe not funny, but interesting. I guess…no…it’s not really that interesting, on second thought. Let me just say that I have an anecdote. When I was in the pencil sketch stage of this drawing, I left my sketchbook on the floor and the pig decided to nibble on it a little bit. When I tried to erase some lines I was not happy with, well…they just would not go away. I was contending with eraser resistant pig spittle, apparently. This occurrence caused me to choose colored pencil instead of watercolor as my medium. The end.