I’ve been so distracted with Cornettos and language requests that I forgot to upload the second half of my work for Canadian Family’s May issue!
These 4/7 (the first three can be viewed here) deal with everything from nagging to that age old question of where DO babies come from?
These were heaps of fun to do plus drawing the toonie was weirdly enjoyable.
I was a huge fan of Iron Man 3 (no spoilers, but I respect the risks they took), and am enthused to see the Star Trek sequel, but I’d be a liar if I didn’t say this is the film I’m most excited for this summer!
The third and final entry in the Blood + Ice Cream Trilogy! Maaaaaaaaaaaan I can’t wait! Plus we North Americans have to wait an eternity after its initial release!
And I have a confession, I looked at waaaaaaaaaaaaay too many stills for this as I was crazy nervous I’d miss a crucial detail. May the cast and crew forgive me should I have gotten something entirely wrong.
Anyways, there are still a few individuals and sets left at Bottleneck Gallery. Find them here!
And if you’re as excited for the…conclusion(?)…as I am, tweet at me, bro.
Nothing like the original Cornetto to start off your Monday.
This is the second in the series of my Bromance trilogy for Bottleneck Gallery’s I Love You Man show!
Now it’s time for a lot of links…
Purchased (individually or as a set): here!
Strawberry Flavour: double here!
A very kind blog post about the set: triple here!
First of three!
Bottleneck Gallery’s I LOVE YOU MAN show opens tonight and this is the first of my series based on the wonderfully bloody trilogy.
If you want to see all three, head down to 60 Broadway in Brooklyn for the opening at 7pm and let me know what you think!
Please note that any spelling errors are intentional…*wink*
Okay so here are the first 3 of 7 images I did for Canadian Family’s Ages & Stages section of the May issue!
The topics this month were super fun, from pregnant feet swelling up to dealing with diaper smells.
Thanks to AD Colleen Nicholson for the chance to draw balloon toes!
Here it is!
Now that the Macro & Micro show is basically upon us (opening THIS FRIDAY!) I am now willing + able to share the full image in all its battling glory.
So I’m part of the “everything else” category and as such had pretty much free reign over content (avoiding plant, animal, or mineral). I opted to go micro and offer what I’m sure is an entirely accurate depiction of white blood cells fending off a bacteriophage.
Right? White blood cells are tiny space folk with laser hands?
And if you’re so inclined there are prints available at the LGAL shop!
Whoops sorry the prints are no longer available! If you’d like a copy then let me know and I’ll see if I can whip something up.
And that wraps it up! All of the Irrational Fears in one handy-dandy image!
It was a perilous journey, but I appreciate you being by my side through thick and thin; fire and brimstone; life and death; and oven fires.
Let’s do this!
Last one. Last of the Irrational Fears and I really appreciate you letting me vet my worrying ways AND for those who shared their equally terrifying horrors.
But I digress. This last one is fairly appropriate as the springtime brings many a danger. My fear of blackbirds started when I lived in Australia.
If you don’t know what magpies are, they’re basically the devil incarnate. Terrifying birds that swoop at you to protect their nest and drawing blood any chance they get! They’re MONSTERS!
Fast forward three years later and I’m back in Canada but now in Vancouver. Hey everything is going swimmingly and I like to take my morning runs through a nice little park. A park where children play and seniors stroll. This was a park of terror.
CROWS AND RAVENS EVERYWHERE! They were having NONE Of my presence and would swoop like I’d set up an omelet stand in front of their nests.
Anyways, I think I watched The Birds too early.
Second to last of the Irrational Fears series!
So have you ever considered an oven? Let’s heat a box of metal to unreasonable temperatures (with good reason…I love baking) but then let’s put a door on it that could easily swing and close on your poor, exposed, arms!
And then there’s deep frying! Hot oil splashing about onto your face and skin? Boiling away like you’re some potato wedge just waiting to be salted!
I remember a workplace safety ad that ran here in Canada a little while back. A kitchen assistant was moving a giant vat of oil and slipped on water…if you saw that last scene then you know what I’m talking about. It cannot be unseen.
Anyways, you be safe in the kitchen.
Another month and another handful of entries to the Spacey Space Life blog!
If you still want to submit a request, you need only ask.