More Tilt Shifts

Photos from Pens vs Rangers 1/18/09 and Steelers vs Chargers 1/11/09. See other pictures from these events on my facebook here and here.


Dr Sketchy in the 'burgh

Here are some drawings from Dr Sketchy Pittsburgh last Mon night. I'm super rusty (or never really was that good) at figure drawing, so please be gentle. It's still fun though and I love to get out and draw when I have the chance.



So the Steelers game was pretty awesome last Sunday, and I was there for it. I'll post some pics of that soon, but I made this to hold you over...


Tilt Shifts

With all of this talk about the tilt shift photography on other blogs, I was inspired to give it a shot. Images taken at Mid-Ohio, San Diego, Steelers vs Bengals 08, and New Orleans.


Yo Gabba Gabba wins a BAFTA!

What the heck is a BAFTA?!? Well it's the British Academy of Film and Television Arts - I think it is sort of like England's version of the Emmys. Congrats to the whole crew of Yo Gabba Gabba! You totally deserve it.

Now let's see some more season 2 episodes, Nick!



So lately I've been pretty busy at work. I wanted to be just as busy at home, since I wasn't already busy enough with all of the projects around our new home, so I accepted an offer from Von Kreep to do some animation work on this feature project called Welcome to Monstroville. It's a fun side project that you can keep updated with on the production blog. Recently added to the already-awesome voice talent crew including Carolyn Lawrence and Tara Strong is Tom Kenny. Gotta love it.

Zombo Gallery Ukulele Show

Hey! Hope everyone had a great Christmas and Happy New Year! I sure did.

I should've posted about this months ago, but better late then never I suppose. I was recently in a group gallery show called the Zombo Gallery Ukulele Show in Lawrenceville, just east of downtown Pittsburgh. It was pretty rad in that each artist was to paint something, anything, on a ukulele! It was curated by a local friend of mine, Nathan Mazur. Unfortunately I didn't take any pictures of the actual show and now kicking myself for it, but I did keep the ukulele. Inspired by our cat, Brobee.


First I thought this might be a cool idea:

Then I played with it a little more and came up with this one:

I thought this was a better idea so I went with it.

Some great local talent was involved in the show including Pat Lewis, Wayno, Eric Luden, Joe Wos, of course Nathan M, among others. Hopefully, this will be an annual show, and get a bunch more artists involved next year!