Skip to main content

Exhibitchin 02!

Detail of my piece "Cherry Juice"

My piece: Cherry Juice"

The crowd at Exhibitchin

My folks!

Crowd at Exhibitchin

My pieces on the wall

More wall pieces!

Rob and his piece: It slices, it dices

Crowd shot!

More pieces and Rob browsing

More pieces on the wall!

Rob and his piece: "Zombie Surprise"


My piece: "Pickling"

Detail of my piece "Pickling"
Me with my work
The man that organized it all!  Ive Sorocuk

Exhibitchin 02 opening night was awesome!  So much fun and I would like to thank all the friends and family that came!  Thanks a lot to Ive Sorocuk that organized the whole thing!

Rob and I were working on the pieces together at mine and pretty much finished our first two pieces on the same day and then we had a little more than a week to start our second pieces which funnily enough were better than the first two pieces we made.  I rushed my second one too and yet everyone seemed to like it better than the one I spent more time on.  "Cherry Juice" was my first finished piece and then "Pickling" was the one I had to rush.  Rob did Zombie Surprise first and Slice and Dice second.  All made with Mepxy and Copic markers.  I think it would be great to do a collaboration together. 

My work was really well-received and I got a lot of compliments by a lot of the art folks and it was really pleasing to get a great reaction from everyone!

I had a awesome, though stressful time making the pieces and I would like to do more machinery and nude ladies I think.  I have been meaning to enter some pieces to some pin-up sites.  This perhaps could be my own twist on the whole thing.  See how it goes.

So many things I want to do!  So many projects in mind!!!!

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Some journal entries!

Hi, hi! 

How are things going?  Thought I would touch base.  My first week and a bit at work has been quite full on.  Lots of work to do for now.....will see how that goes.  Rob and I went to Sushi Jiro at the QV last weekend for some delicious sushi train.  We love sushi train.  I especially wanted to draw the scampi nigiri and the spicy salmon nigiri.

I also drew my fatty boombah kitty, Hanzo.  He is on a diet...but it's going to take time to lose weight, so he's still fat.  I need to lose weight too.  I really need to lessen my sugar and certainly exercise more. 

Working on some test animations tomorrow.  Should be good fun!

Bunnylope 003

Howdy!  It's been a while since i posted anything up on the blog.  My bad. I've been super busy with one job after another and I WAS doing a few drawing challenges too before I got overrun with work.

For news, I finished up with one of my animation jobs last Monday, started work at one of my regular studios on Thursday and we're working on a cartoon movie for DVD, did drawing and freelance illustration in between those days and caught up with a friend, somebody was being a jack ass on the tram and I let them know it.   Rob and I also watched Logan, a great movie and I would totally recommend it.

Today, I did a bit of work, received text from one of my employers about more work and we're about to enjoy the day in a country fair.  Well, if we make it in time.  I also cooked up pancakes this morning and it wasn't a disaster.

Our kitty Hanzo (changed from Dorian) is causing a lot of mischief and he likes to eat electric cables.  Guess we have to find something to stop…

On 9gokids

Hello! Hello!  Some news!  I was on TV a few weeks back, April 07 to be precise, to represent Moshi with Christien Clegg and Dale Andreson for Space Chickens!  It was really good fun.  The hosts Lauren and Andy were super nice.  I was quite nervous, there wasn't a lot of warm up before filming and it was all very spontaneous.  We were advised to just run with any mistakes made. smile and just have a lot of energy!

Dale and I had a couple of draw offs while Christien refereed and described Space Chickens and  animation.  There were some really weird topics that we had to draw for the last segment, I had to draw a chicken doing taxes on the sun (with Andy) and a Pelican doing the lambada on a shooting star. We only had a minute each for each drawing.  It was crazy to say the least.  I did enjoy myself though.

The pictures below were taken by our Producer that accompanied us to the shoot!



In the first drawing,, where we had to draw the chickens, I was like grabbing colors to color m…