Saturday, January 31, 2009

Atomic Cow (Watercolour)

This is where we get our daily consumption of beef. Yummy.

Deserves ain't got nothing to do with it. (Pen and Ink)

Continuing with the western theme. This one was actually made a while ago, but I have been too lazy to update...

Edit: I am a big fan of the movie Unforgiven by Clint Eastwood. I also like the Wire. It just hit me that there is one scene where someone is about to get capped, and before she dies, she says this very line (the title of the piece) to the person about to kill her. Was this a reference to Unforgiven? Or is David Simon unoriginal? You decide.

Monday, January 26, 2009


Clint (Pen and Ink + very little patience)
Wish I had taken my time with this one, but I wanted, no, I needed to finish it in one sitting.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Something I did for someone else

Grenadier pond (watercolour)

If this seems too romantic for my taste, it is. This was done at the request of someone for his one year anniversary in the institution and shackle that is marriage.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Ok, so I know I have not been updating much at all. But all that will change, for I will upload even the crappy drawings I have. This was a drawing I did while baked. Dao, I know you might recognize who this is of...I know its not that good haha.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

You've Got Mail From Half-Digested Children

is the title of Alex Pardee`s art exhibit. It's a collection of art depicting kids inside the tummies of some crazy looking monsters. If this sounds sick, it is, but in a good way. Check it out:

Monday, January 5, 2009

"I'm Greg House, bitch"

The first piece was my favourite, kinda wished i didn't paint it, but oh well : (
He looked kinda like Uncle Same here

He kinda looks like one of those lost puppies in this finished one, I don't know what happened! Maybe I should have down played the eyes a bit. On a more important note, how cool would it have been if Chappelle had appeared in House, or that House was on a skit on Chappelle's show? House isn't in enough skits, only one I remember was from Mad TV, which couldn't compare to the skits that use to be on Chappelle.

Friday, January 2, 2009

People who love their kids are selfish (The catch 22)

You may disagree with the above statement, but before you harshly write this off as crap, think about this for a little bit.

The meaning of life as been discovered. Yes, there is a book about it, and it is called The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins.

People, animals, every living thing on earth exists for the sole purpose of spreading its genes. It is that simple. To oversimplify things: the only difference between a tree and a person is that millions of years ago, "tree genes" chose the "tree" as a vehicle, and the "animal gene" chose an "animal".

Makes perfect sense right? Our genes tell us how to react to certain things, to learn, to be a prick, our personalities are shaped by our environment, but its the genes that is the groundwork of it all.

So I guess there is such thing as a soul, and it comes in the form of DNA. The DNA is like a soul because it can exist forever, from one generation to the next. Each of us are temporary vehicles for genes to use at any one time, when we die, our genes live on through our kids, and their kids.

Now to get to the part about parents being over-protective of their kids, loving them too much, wanting them to get a good career, its all an act of selfishness.We want them to bag the prom queen so they can have healthy good looking babies, so that those babies can be successful at spreading our genes.

This is a screwed up way of looking at life. I was not able to look at life the same way after reading this book, so I am broadcasting this here, so everyone who hasn't read that book can be just as screwed up as I am. So when it comes to parents and their kids, the act of selflessness is really due to selfishness? Talk about a catch 22.

Thursday, January 1, 2009


One of the best songs I have ever heard. They say the song is not actually about a girl, but his addiction to heroin.