Monday, August 31, 2009

Dropped project for Oryx

This is old, but I'm remembering to post it now because I just sent the invoice for it today. My first invoice ever. I guess I mean it was the first freelance job I've done that felt really... official. It got dropped, I think because the client (a construction insurance/workers comp. company) was audited or something. Or they decided they weren't going to do the e-mail blast that it was intended for, after all... something. So I never actually made the final illustration. But it was kind of fun, and I'm getting paid for the work I've done anyway. As it should be!


And final sketch of the thumbnail they chose.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Danse Disc

Every year the RIT Ultimate Frisbee Team holds
it's big Halloween tournament, Danse Macabre.
They have a contest to find the design for each year's
disc. Here's what I've submitted for '09.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Indras Grub

I did another flyer for these guys:




The show went very smoothly, and was lots of fun.
Here are some stilt walkers entertaining the crowd
on State St. before the sideshow started.

Here are just a few props I made for the show.
Couldn't get pictures of more, but there were a
bunch of semi-accurate representations of
prominent-and-or-historical buildings from
Binghamton, like the courthouse, the NYSEG
Stadium, the Number 5 Restaurant, ect. Kids
Hled them up and danced with them in the big
opening song number, Good Morning Binghamton
(set to GM Baltimore from Hairspray).

Cricus was amazing once again. I hope to do it again
next year, but we'll see where the wind blows me
after graduation. I have to go seek my Fortune, after all.

Thursday, August 6, 2009


The Past two weeks, I've been at Circus Minimus. It's a summer
camp where the kids put on a cirucs--juggling, trapeze, pipe/wire
walking, dancing, singing, tumbling, acrobatics--the whole
sha-bang. And theyare pretty incredible. This is my third year
helping out at CM as the art teacher. That means I'm in charge
of desiging propsand t-shirts and stuff, and getting the kids to
actually make them. Our show is tomarrow, and it is going
to blow your MIND, man.

Here are the campers. Yeah, we eat lunch in an alley.

And here is a long strip of pictures, containing some
of my process work--sort of three sketchbook pages
spliced together. Just some notes, sketches,
and unrelated doodles.

I intend to take some more pictures
tomarrow and post them soon. I'm excited for the show!