J’s Magical Creatures That Will Probably Kill You – This One’s For The Birds

In today’s exciting episode of ‘J’s Magical Creatures That Will Probably Kill You’, we study several members of the most potentially deadly species of the avian variety to human kind, the industrious hummingbird. I've never witnessed a live one before until post traveling west. Their movements are utterly flutterly fascinating to me, and inspired…

Dragon Puppet Progress

Creating a dragon for an animated loop collaborative project with my dear, wonderfully talented friend, Branden Ward. He's composed up a musical piece that is quite awesomesplentastic. Said dragon will be fully articulated from 360 degrees. Here's the head so far. While sketching it out, They Might Be Giants kept…

Some Thoughts About Snow

In this moment, the little busy town of Brighton is experiencing a blustery snow thunderstorm - that is a heavy snowstorm with both thunder and lightning. I find that most people tend to react considerably jaded and spiteful towards this weather, but I can't help but feel warm and joyous in the midst of the frigid…

Scoots

Born with feathers, instead of fur. Silly scruff of a bird dog, but he's kindly. Likes to jump. [caption id="attachment_1836" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Inspired by my magical friend made of unicorns and win, Gavin, who was also born today. Happy birthday Gavin. Happy birthday Scoots. [/caption]

Surgery Fingers

It seems these sickly skin crawling doodles are expanding outside of overnight airport escapades. Here's a couple doodles I scribbled onto various limb extendables, gathered from the past couple of years. [caption id="attachment_1793" align="aligncenter" width="640"] On my wondrous cousin, Retsoor. Guess it runs in the family. [/caption] More to come.…

The Story of Talcolm Alliant

[caption id="attachment_1782" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Scribbled on a sticky note. [/caption] Talcolm Alliant is the world's only known single X chromosome male calico cat ever recorded in present day history. Scientists remain baffled by the occurrence. Typically, two X chromosomes are required for this particular variety of feline pigmentation to portray…
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