We are wrapping up the last remaining cloth and hair tasks for Hotel Transylvania. A few months back when we hit our 50 percent complete mark, I made buttons for the cloth and hair crew with this illustration on the buttons.
Years ago I had to do a project on a Director of Photography for a school project. I was digging through my website and I found the webpage I made for the project.
There is still a lot of cool info and video clips on Conrad Hall on the page, so I figured I would repost it here.
I had a nice geek night last night. Drew this while re-watching the first few episodes of Battlestar Galactica. Also broke in my new Pentel Pocket Brush Pen. That little thing is pretty awesome.
Here are some quick sketches from the Long beach Aquarium. I never had tool long to sit in one place with the kids wanted to move on to the next thing, but it was a great time. God sure has made some beautiful things under the sea. I can’t to go back. I am particularly proud of my Spider Crab. i spent some extra time on that one. The sketch of Mira worked out well too.
I’ve been interested in the season of Christmas as the period between the 25th and Epiphany, otherwise known as the 12 days of Christmas. Although I did not know much more than the well known song, there are quite a lot ways the twelve days of Christmas are celebrated throughout the world.
The 26th is known as St. Stephen’s Day. The three stones represent the stoning and martyrdom of St. Stephen. The day is also known as Wren Day. The Wren and the drum represent Wren Day. The 26th is also Boxing day. Traditionally on Boxing day the noble class give gifts to the servant class. Also the church would traditionally open their collection boxes to the poor on Boxing day. The gift box in the picture represents Boxing day.