Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Rainbow Sprinkles

Well, I miraclously pulled this off. My second piece for the "Power in Numbers 2" show over at Gallery Nucleus next month.

I've been obsessed with the idea of sprinkles lately. I guess it's just an extension of my previous candy monsters. . . only I guess the evil sprinkles turn what ever they decorate into evil little tasty morsels.

Thought it might be fun to show these. . . I forced myself to choose between the icecream cone or the piece of layer cake. . . obviously the icecream one. I personally love the sketch more. I always seem to loose a little life when I try to recreate them. :(

Monday, April 23, 2007

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Busy, Busy, Busy

Well, things have been pretty damn crazy here in Booger-land. Good news is that I FINALLY have my first day off in 3 weeks and the project at work is in Beta Testing right now and should be up for all of Neopia to enjoy on the 18th.

But since I don't like talkin' about work much on my bloggy blog, and lovely Viacom security rules prevent me from telling too many goodies to psycho Neopets fans, I'll move on to personal work.

Tonight, actually, I'll have a painting in ISM Magazine's April Gallery show "Friends of ISM" down in Costa Mesa, CA. I'm really excited to have the opportunity to be in another show, and even more excited to be in my first show out side of Gallery Nucleus.

With work being as crazy as it has been recently, and not recieving the invite into the ISM show until a week before the show deadline, I had to submit and older piece. But both the piece and I are very happy to have it be seen outside of my kitchen. :D

In case you're wondering, it's name is ultra super complex. . . "Gummies" and it's 12" x 12" streched canvas with acrylic. So if you can make it down to the OC, or ya live in the OC and you're very, very bored, you can come check out my painting.

Finally, I'm overjoyed to post this little ditty.

About two weeks ago we finally got "Two-Dee Fruity" put together and stringed. I don't think Carlos bothered to tune it, but just having it back together and having the first complete "Purplehearts" guitar made is very exciting. We've already got the next two planned and now that work's slowing down I can get back to having fun with the guitars.