Sunday, December 26, 2010

Small Deer in a (Very) Large Space

20x24" commish of the original Small Deer painting, only NOW, IT'S PURPLINAL.

Friday, December 3, 2010

The Illustrious Jonathan Inguen

Commissioned painting of Jonathan, acrylic & liquid watercolor.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Playing with the random sentence generator

"The settled stomach attempts a yeti."
Is for sale on etsy!


I love the Eggplant Wizard SO MUCH. Also, too bad angels don't have any junk. Poor Pit.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Sugar, Sugar

Painting for the Day of the Dead themed show at Cactus Gallery in Eagle Rock this month!

It seems like this should have been right up my alley, but it was actually a hard one. There was much swearing and putting it off that went on throughout.

Since sugar skulls are basically what I spend all day at work trying to avoid having to draw, I kept being reminded of work, and then I'd be like YOU KNOW WHAT I SHOULD DO I SHOULD ORGANIZE MY POTS AND PANS and then no painting would get done, again.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

I do still exist...

I'm just FINALLY trying to update my website and plus the rest of my life is being ridiculous at the moment so making new things is not even on the map.

HOWEVER. Since I'm going thru all kinds of old art, I am uncovering some SRS GEMS, like this awesome little ball cozy I made for a friend I was rooming with a few years ago. I found this weird little half sock thing on the floor, and decided that what it required was fabric paint.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Project Ethos: Love Sick paintings

I got an email asking to be featured in this year's LA Project Ethos 10 days before the actual show, so there was some amount of AAAAAAFUCK PAINT that took place over that week and a half. Luckily, I came up with a bunch of new paintings, and things turned out pretty surprisingly decent.

Burnt Out


Royal Drop

All So Wrong



Show Flyer.

And some photos from the show:

Monday, July 5, 2010

Sketchy Mini Paintings

A few little dudes from last week. These things are the perfect size for my attention span, which is NONEXISTANT.

Oh those butts! Who doesn't love em?

I won't be entirely satisfied with my life until it involves a porch an' a jugband in some capacity.

Octopi should have eyebrows. They just should.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Very Tiny Paintings

I found a small hill of Candyland cards in one of my boxes of random potential art supplies, and having no idea what they were originally for, decided to make them into little paintings.


I imagine at some point, that had to have been all MJ could think whenever Petey started in about ol Uncle Ben.

Don't get me wrong: I looooooove Batman. But even I will admit, there's gotta be a healthier way to deal with your parents' death than collecting youthful wards and making them caper around in tights.

You want monster head? I have many kinds!

If there's one thing I hate, it's shirts on girls.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Small Paintings for sale!

Equal parts trying to goad myself into making things and trying not to have even more shit pile up in my house, I've decided to start selling stuff again!
My etsy store has the full list, and here's a few recent ones.

And This, Again
3x3" canvas

Ohhh, I See
3x3" canvas

Slimer Says Boo!

Alright, OK
3x3" canvas

No, and No.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Oh shit, forgot some!

Watson's legs were definitely better than mine-you will not catch me dragging after my leggy-ass bff over 6 miles of goddamn pasture just for funsies. But still, I like to imagine he had massive, awesome scars, because UNF.

I just forgot to post these last time.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010


I think this is the first time one of my nerdy loves has suddenly become popular, and I have to admit, I'm excited about Holmes having a retarded internet fandom. I've already read a zillion official pastiches & essays, and frankly, some (many) of them are just LJ fanfic that found a publisher, so I don't understand some of the snooty old fan hate going on. CAN'T WE ALL JUST HUG IT OUT AND MAKE MACROS TOGETHER???

It always kind of nagged at me that most of L's screaming legions of fangirls didn't realize that his hot quirky little habits were lifted bodily from Holmes. Still, I was on board with Death Note up until the fall of L and rise of Near. At least the sloppy retcon that was Holmes' return could be blamed on ACD NOT EVEN WANTING TO WRITE THESE STUPID STORIES YOU GUIZ.

I question the length of his right arm in this drawing. Also, get your fucking feet off the furniture man!

I actually found a preliminary sketch to the SH is Wearing No Pants drawing. Meaning I felt this concept was important enough to merit a practice run to work out all the issues likely to arise when drawing S.H. sans pants.

I love when Watson drags Holmes to the country to not do coke and run around getting in fights 24/7, but Holmes is like OOH I SMELL MYSTERIES. Poor Watson. You fought the good fight, buddy.

The '09 movie made me like Watson much more. I much prefer him sassy to starry-eyed with scattered nagging. Also, let's be honest, he is kinda dingy in the books.

I feel pretty confident saying I'm the only nerd who discovered House while browsing the related works section of the Holmes Wikipedia page. I immediately emailed one of my friends asking if she'd seen this show, to which she replied with Hugh Laurie on the cover of Esquire and posed the excellent question, 'where the fuck have you been, they just finished season 3."

Speaking of Watson, and things that have been niggling at me for years, I always wondered if some of Wilson's mannerisms were based on David Burke's Watson. Or maybe it's just that there's only so many ways to look constantly exasperated with your BFF.

Painty sketches and paintingy paintings for sale!

Still working on makin' stuff! Also, doing these made me realize how looong it's been since I've drawn any ladies. I became Boy Crazy Stacey at some point in my artistic career here.

Now Disliking
4x4" watercolor

I Have Some Frowns For You

3x3" canvas

Egret's Egress

4x4" watercolor

Mystery Solved!

4x4" chunky canvas

Monday, June 7, 2010

My scanner is judging meeeee

My scanner is killing me. This is the same painting, scan on the left, photo on right. Somehow my scanner is managing to totally drop out any and all neon without changing the rest of the image saturation. Whyyyyyyy.

And the last of the misc sketches from my most recent sketchbook.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Restraints I

I've been commissioned a few times to rework old pieces, and it's one of those things that I would never do on my own, but am always really pleased with when it happens. I like to forget about everything I make the instant paint dries. Soooooo, projects like this are probably really good for me.

I may have to do more of this series, I really like how this one turned out.

The original painting, from 2005, I think. I clearly remember it being one of the first Official Paintings I did, since it was on an actual canvas. It was also supposed to be part of a series of some sort, but instead was turned into...

this wallpaper. Man, back in the day of small squarey monitors. Feelin' old!

This dude was also used in a logo for a UK film co around 2006. The actual logo is long lost to hard drive death and my general failure at preserving anything, but I do still have a few related sketches.