Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Here's the third drawing in what is becoming a small series featuring a small white haired little girl who's name is Dawn. She finds herself on a series of bizarre islands. This is either the way she gets to them, or escapes. I'm leaning towards this being her ride to them. Any suggestions? To see more of her, check out

Tuesday, February 27, 2007


The Plinkalot

Deep deep down in the Wollynuck Forrest, the Plinkalot pokes his head. He looks around, and fears the world won't miss him when he's dead...will you?


Travis would dress his lower half up as Mr. Fineous McBride so often that he soon became entangled in a bizarre identity crisis. After a while he could no longer distinguish the line between where he ended and McBride began.

Monday, February 26, 2007


Here's my interpretation of this week's IllustrationFriday theme "Communication." I started with the main shape, added houses, and it just ballooned from there. The idea behind it is that sometimes, we're so wrapped up in what we think is important that we fail to see the big picture...hence a lack of communication. I had fun experimenting with creating my own brushes to paint this one.

Sunday, February 25, 2007


If Cinderella can have her cake and eat it too, why can't I.

Friday, February 23, 2007


I'm thinking way too hard lately and it has to stop. Everything will get done in time, on time and it's progressing as such. So long as I don't stop thinking all together, things will be ok. I just need to K.I.S.S.

Thursday, February 22, 2007


My Birthday.

So today was my birthday. A day to remember that you are one year closer to the end. A time to look back and reflect upon what you have or have not accomplished. (Birthdays should be considered clinical situations.) Luckily, for part of the day I was able to spend it with someone who's main concern was that I forgot about the day and did their best just to make me smile. Thank you, Kat. I'm lucky to have you. Also, thank you to everyone who sent their well wishes my way. I don't feel older yet and I hope I never do.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Who knows where it comes from, all you need to know is that it exists damnit! That's the spirit that we need in this country. I'm sure with this attitude, nothing bad could ever happen...ever.


Oh Gravity...

This week's Illustration Friday topic was "gravity" and this is naturally the first thing that jumped into my head...naturally. If it's any consolation, Barry the whale led a good life. He was well respected within his pod and quite popular with the ladies if you know what I mean...and I think that you do.

Monday, February 19, 2007


Here's some really early sketches I did for a possible project with some friends of mine. Again, it's reeeeeaaaallllyyy early stuff...just a free flowing stream out of my brain. I'll post more when I can.


Portrait of a Geet

This is a Geet. I'm the proud owner of three of these little guys! I picked them up at a craft fair that I was in for my Adimals and I was stationed next to Kristie Carlisle Duncan and her wonderful creative crafts. I'm glad that I met her because she was really nice and makes great stuff...especially these little guys she calls "Geets." I recommend that everyone go and check out her site and see what she's up to. They're like crafty potato chips in that you can't buy just one!

Friday, February 16, 2007


Inspiration is a funny thing. Sometimes you feel like no matter where you look, nothing seems to move you to create. Other times, it's right under your nose...all you have to do is look down. That's just what I did and now we have today's doodle. Thanks Erin.


I'm not a big fan of reality tv and I think this doodle sums up why. Well, maybe not the best way to express this concept but I wanted to correllate the two.

Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Happy Valentine's Day!!!

Here's the front of the card that I made for my girlfriend for Valentine's Day this year. The inside reads, "Get it? (You see, traditonally, people have carved their initials into trees to express their feelings towards each other. In this case, the tree itself is the one doing the carving resulting in a humorous situation.)


Here's the e-card I made for everyone who has supported me by helping my little empire grow. I make stuffed animals called "Adimals" and personally I think they rock...hard. You should go check them out if this is new to you!

Tuesday, February 13, 2007


This was fun! Here's a tribute to Mr. Stefan G. Bucher's DAILY MONSTER. He's doing some really great work and is getting the credit he deserves. I've been following this project for a while thanks to the great "Drawn" blog. If anyone is lacking in the inspiration dept. I suggest you hop on over to these sites.


Buckets of fun while growing up. Everyone experiences growing pains, and no I don't mean the heartwarming television train wreck starring Alan Thicke. (That's not to say I didn't watch it.) What I mean is that even when you grow up and think you're done growing because you can no longer feel the physical pain of growing, you continue to grow emotionally. This isn't a profound or even ground breaking statement, it's just a self reflection.


What does it all mean?

Well if I told you, then that would spoil the fun of letting at least one person read into it. Don't think too hard, it'll just make your spine hurt. Sure I was feeling some emotions that needed to be vaguley expressed through a doodle but that doesn't mean it can't be applied to your life. What does it all mean?

Saturday, February 10, 2007


Winter hurts my hands. I always forget that even though I love the snow, winter has been a hash mistress on my hands the last few years. They dry out, crack, and bleed. This is crazy painful and more importantly, annoying. Even typing irritates them. I think I'll go take a bath in some lotion and neosporin.

Friday, February 9, 2007


Nobody had the heart to tell Janice that her method of crash dieting wasn't exactly as appealing as she thought it was...not even her back alley surgen. All she knew was that if she had to, she could wear up to 79% more necklaces than she ever could have in the past...and that's what it's all about people. Beauty.

Wednesday, February 7, 2007


Internet...say hello to the newest member of my family. Her name is either Roxanne, Belle, Terri, or Ruby. Maybe it can just be an amalgam of them all making her Roxerribellby. Not exactly catchy. I'll post an update when I get that locked down. Either way she's a dwarf hamster and she could easily kill you with her cuteness. That's not a threat, it's a warning.

UPDATE: It's official, her name is Ruby!


Threat Level Yellow, and Cold

Lately it's been a relaxing -40 degrees outside but it feels like -72. I watched a news reporter freeze an egg on a sidewalk and perform various other slow news day indicators. Here's an interesting fact...the only place I feel calm is in the warm embrace of the shower when I wake up.

Tuesday, February 6, 2007


Thanks to the work that needed to be done on my car today, you're looking at an $852 doodle. If anyone would like to buy it for even a fraction of the price, feel free to contact me. computeranimator(at)gmail(dot)com

Monday, February 5, 2007


I really need to stop killing so many Palestinian kids. I'm starting to feel the backlash. Ok, allow me to explain...a few days ago some idiot kid in Morocco who thinks he's a freedom fighter decided to teach me a lesson. He hacked into my website and deleted almost 70% of my stuff. He cleaned out my photography, graphic design, and other art that I've made over the past two years. Why? Simple. Ignorance. After reading his message "For every Palestinian kid you kill, we kill your servers. " I realized that he probably didn't get the memo that I was against the war. Also, other parts of the story lead me to realize that it was also because I'm Jewish. Ignorance is the only thing in this world that makes me mad. Long story short, my work was backed up and is now as good as new...I suppose I should cancel my vacation to Morocco though.


This is Kyle. He came out of my head but some of my work friends named him. They think he looks like a sickly version of me. That said, it looks as though I'd have to do a lot of meth before I got these early results. At least I finally have something to strive for.

Sunday, February 4, 2007


So here's an interesting fact of the day...apparently you can only update your will every three years. With this in mind, I hope you don't marry a money grubbing low-life who only wants your cash and to kill you to reap the benefits...and then realize this two years in. Now you have to walk on eggshells until you can write them out of your money. What a fun year that would be. I think I would move to Texas and work at an aquarium in the meantime.

Friday, February 2, 2007


The doctor is in...your mouth.

I met this guy the other day and the amazing part of this story is that he wasn't looking into my mouth. I have a history of baffling modern medical science and just the other day I found out that so does my girlfriend. Well, at least we found eachother. We also established the fact that he's in the business of saving lives while our best prescription is laughter. Feel better baby!