This could be "Nessie" (Loch Ness) or "Champ" (Lake Champlain) or the lesser known "Chappy" the monster that lurks nearby my house in Chapparal Lake
Sunday, May 6, 2007
Saturday, May 5, 2007
Jumbled by Celeste
So I saw this play about Orpheus last weekend. It was very modern in aesthetic. Seemed to tie in with Art Jumble's theme this week, and since I want to try and get my act together and draw, any coincidence is a good pretense. I'm a little disappointed with the colors in this jpeg - the original file seemed a lot more brilliant with greens and blues... But whatever, it's a work in progress. I'm hoping this blog will help me keep up with drawing fun things for... well... fun. Just cut loose and make things. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's contributions!
Friday, May 4, 2007
Thursday, May 3, 2007
Jumbled by Mr. Nickerson
A few weeks ago, we had an Inuit storyteller named Michael Kusugak come in and do his schtick with the kids. He was fantastic. He told a couple of stories about Kaujjagjuk, who was this little orphan boy. The people that he lived with treated him like crap, and he slept with the puppies in the entrance of the igloo. He called the puppies against his back "Mattress" and those on his front "Blanket." The entire time he was telling stories, I was picturing the pieces that I could do from the stories.
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Monday, April 30, 2007
Jumbled by Vern Mercado (2danimator)
This blog entry is dedicated to the popular Filipino folk tale character “Juan Tamad”. His name translates in tagalog (the Filipino native language) as “Lazy John”. He was so lazy that on one hot summer day, he instructed a sack of crabs the way to his home instead of carrying them. What did he do when the crabs made their way?... take a nap under the Guava tree, of course. There is another story to that guava tree. He was so lazy that instead of picking the guava fruit from the tree, he sat and waited for them to fall. Now that is lazy! Have a good week everyone.