I started this blog in 2011 with absolutely no idea of my goals. This has resulted in me posting quite a bit of random stuff over the last seven or so years. Most of my post, especially some of the earlier garbage, has since been removed. In an effort to become a more effective “blogger”, I want to add a monthly update where I discuss all of my different projects. This is partly for those who tend to visit on a regular basis, and for me to better track my own progress with my projects.
At the moment, all of my projects are on hold due to the holidays. Once the new year begins, I am hoping that I can refocus my attention and time on the following list of projects. Continue reading “December Update: Project List”
A few months ago a friend of mine made a comment about his Amibo collection and not knowing what to do with all of his Amibos. He wanted to have them on display but was not a fan of the standard shelf you find in the big box store. I had recently finished a previous project and mentioned that I would be interested in trying to craft a custom shelf for his Amibo collection. We settled on the idea of a shelf based on the idea of the Triforce from the Legend of Zelda series and I got to work that night. Continue reading “Triforce Oak Shelf (Amibo Shelf)”
To be fair, I’m not sure if I can legally call this a watercolor painting. I’m no mathematician, but I’m guessing that at least 50% of this image is the Sharpie marker I used for the black vectoring. Regardless, I still like it. I actually liked it more without the color but what’s done is done now. Continue reading “Master Chief-Watercolor & Marker”
Have you ever been in a store and seen someone shopping in an aisle that just didn’t seem quite right? Like a kid in the medicine aisle, a teenage boy in the woman’s underwear aisle, or a grown man in the toy aisle? I witnessed one of these scenarios today, only because they had changing mirrors next to me in the women’s underwear department… I kid… or do I? Seriously now, I was the man in the third scenario today. In my defense, however, my inner child was probably on full display. Continue reading “Mario Bead Party”
It was the summer of 2000 when a younger, thinner me walked into our local video game store known as Microplay. Continue reading “VIVI-FFIX-Watercolor”
Majora’s Mask is one of the most iconic symbols in video game history. Everything about the mask from its color scheme to its multiple horns and oversized eyes leaves a haunting impression on the viewer that is impossible to forget. Continue reading “Majora’s Mask-Watercolor”