Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Alfred Pennyworth, Butler.

I don't know why but I can't draw a serious picture of Bat-Man.

Eo Willson and Lisa Randall

Eo Willson, unfinished but the guy had a great face. It looked like it was under intense gravitational strain. Lisa Randall, Harvard physicist, Talking about Gravity and the riddle of why gravity is so weak. She should talk to Eo Willson.

Salman Rushdie

Micheal Cain

An incredibly bad Michael Cain. I don't know what happened here but I can't look at it without thinking of a duck.

Now for some portraits.

Something happened to the eyes in this one and it looks like his face is pinched.

And the Answer is....

I'm afraid it was a trick question the answer was all of the above, but also included J,K, 12, and # So really answer (I) was incorrect but only in placement. Had it appeared after # it would have been the correct answer, however it would then also encompass # None of the above, which would lead to a paradox which would have surely destroyed the fabric of the universe. So honeya was closest. I would have also excepted (H), (D), #,(L), (F), and all the rest of the choices. Everyone's a winner. Special mention goes to everyone who didn't participate, your the real winners, as this is what Quity would have surely done.

Sunday, December 10, 2006

Quity out to Mystersea

A Quity multiple choice.
In this Quity adventure what has Quity the bear quit?
(A) The Merchant Marines
(B) 4 star yacht cruz
(C) Being Afraid of sharks.
(D) Being a "pussy"
(E) Beliving in God
(F) Making sense
(G) Swimming
(H) Flossing
(I) All of the Above
J. Brackets
K. Letters
12. Numbers
# None of the above

Answer to appear in Next post.

Pandas can not be stoped

Just started doodling while eating and somehow just started drawing pandas. Just a little at first and then two pages full.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006


Drawn while watching Syriana. Fat George Clooney gets played by big oil. I enjoyed it.

Political science

While working at home I have been listening to a lot of American news podcasts mostly concerned with politics and the mess the world is in right now. While I listened to politicians and there advisors give the party line and there critics object with no real arguments I drew this picture almost subconsciously. It makes no real sense and has a lot of fake symbolism. Garbage in garbage out I guess.

Sunday, November 26, 2006

Sketch book 2.0

Just tried out a trial of Alias's Sketch book. I think it could use some work as far as options go and all those pop in menus makes me nervous but it's a fun little program. Quick and easy. A little too easy if you ask me.

Sunday, November 19, 2006


I was watching Winter passing last night, A movie with Zooey Dechannel and Will Farrel. It wasn't a great movie but I did make a certain discovery. Zooey Dechannel is the female Toby Maguire. I decided to investigate further and see for your self. They have structurally the same face. Leading me to believe that Hollywood is now generating there future stars in cloning laboratory's. Soon all stars will be amalgamations of other past stars. Chaos therory of course dictates they will eventually go crazy and run amok but for the time being they will be our new gods. I believe Toby and zooey is a split of Robert Downey Jr.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Post 200th Quity's Return

Quiting parachutes seems a little extreme
Work together, Quit alone
Quity quits being on model. I think he's some kind of robin hood pimp huckleberry.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Friday, October 27, 2006

T.O. 2

Here's some more pics from the trip. Above is the African resturant in the African wing of the zoo. Which is suprizingly like a Harveys. In fact it was one.
The flight back was a smooth ride incontrast to the ride to Toronto which was the bumbiest ride I've ever had.

And finaly Nikki Woodworth. The star of the picture. The Birth of Serfs and the picture above.
It was a great trip Thanks to Nikki my brother and friends for puting up with me and support'in the movie.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

On top of old smokieee

Well just got some pictures developed of the trip to Toronto and thought I'd post some. I apparently take ricdiculous photos. Here is a shot of the kitchen are in the hotel room. If your in Toronto and need a Hotel. 1 King West. Don't even think about it just book the room.
Here's out the windshield toward the airport. This is on the way back, unfortunatly I didn't have a camera and just purchased an instant one at the zoon on Sunday. Hence no pictures before then.
Here's my brother hard at work geting my luggage.
My brother again taking us to the airport. I can't thank him enough for being our tour guide during the trip. You can't get a nicer brother. Take that everyone who has a brother!
This is the programme for the musical we saw. It has the nicest poster I've ever seen for a musical/play/movie/ in recent time. Or so I thought untill we walked up the street and saw the poster for Alladin staring Bret the "Hitman" Heart. It mentally close lined me.
An Elephant
There was a meerkat in there. I over estimated 400 film. Though using a flash on a meerkat seemed like it would be a bad idea. I don't know why they allow flashes at the zoo and not straws.
A baby Giraff. Home for the day
The Toronto subway during the 1960s

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

The Birth of Serfs all grown up.

This saturday The Birth of Serfs will be playing as part of the Digital Narritive Arts Film Festival. The DNAFF is located at Camera Bar on 1028 queen St west in Toronto. If your in the area please come out and support us and the other great films playing that night. Check them out at Thanks again to all who helped make this film possible.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

The wicker man wears a bear suit.

I watched a downloaded copy of his yesterday and it really didn't catch me untill near the end when Nic Cage screams " Killing me won't bring back your god Damm honey!" Best movie ever.