3A Robot

Here's my submission for a cardboard robot contest. The contest is only a random pick, so anyone can submit, but I thought I'd put a bit more time into it. Pretty happy with the results, but ran out of time for some other details.

I started with a keyboard box, some wiper blade packaging, and some toilet paper rolls.

Here's another shot from the front.

And a shot from the back.



Square World 02

The second image in the Square World series. Jets flying over Square World.

Square World 01

I designed this as a potential t-shirt design. My version of pixel-art with a few non-pixel tweaks. The first of a series, maybe.

This was done in Adobe Illustrator.


The Nautilus

19,999 leagues under the sea. My version of the Nautilus. This one took a long time to do in Groboto. The underwater effect and bubbles were added in Photoshop.


Here Comes the Beat

Remember the days of boom boxes? OK, most of you are too young to remember them. Today, small is in: iPods, Shuffles, Nanos, but someday in the future BIG will be in again. In the future when anti-gravity units are common, big and bulky won't be seen as a negative, but the BIGGER, the BETTER!

Adobe Illustrator + Photoshop


The Arrival

Cephalopod aliens from outer space! Repurposed some elements from an older piece moving from under the sea to outer space. Created completely in Groboto.



Playing around with a program called Groboto. It's a fun 3D program, and I'm just learning the basics of how it works. The background was done with Photoshop.


Time Flies

One more sketch. Trying to get the hang of using a tablet. Something about time and flying...

Bright Ideas

After updating to Leopard, my tablet no longer worked. After a long search and installing an updated driver, the tablet is again operational. Here's sketch number 2!!!!!


Robot Portrait

My first post! This was a quick sketch done while testing out a really BAD tablet that messed up my mouse and trackpad settings on my MacBook.