Had to follow up the Segway Chip. Kids and Apes. Theres nothing funnier.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Saturday, January 24, 2009
I found my scans of an Anatomy lecture I attended about 4 years ago. I formatted all the pages to the required size by using an ACTION.
Real quick and sloppy but it will be a snappy little 6 by 9 paperback that brings that great lecture series back to me.
You guys might have similar sets of notes and sketches. It's basically scrapbooking.
The headline is a link to my Lulu page. The PDF is a free download if you want to check out the notes.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Okay ... I take pity on all you TAGgers ... Today's doodle while I waited for Felicity to finish her ballet class. The rest of the message stays the same.
More doodling ... Ben Herrera has encouraged me to try to flesh these kinds of sketches out in 2.5D or 3D via Zbrush. I'm trying to get a copy to use at home ... In the meantime, I'll keep doodlin'.
Posted by Tom Carroll at 8:47 AM
Monday, January 19, 2009
We are starting a TAG charter organization here in Seattle! We are going to meet on the first Tuesday of every month, starting on Feb. 3rd. If you know any artists in the Seattle area (other than Mike C. or Ronnie A., who already know about it) give them my email address and have them get a hold of me!
Bob May. The man inside the suit
passes aways at 69.
Posted by Anonymous at 5:25 PM
Sunday, January 18, 2009
I think I'm done with this... at least for now. Time to go get it printed up and give to my daughter when she returns from the Bay Area for her birthday! I'm pretty happy with it, although I'm sure I could continue to noodle it for a while longer.
Friday, January 16, 2009
Can't stop doodling the fantastic ... I'm more than ever committed to carrying out somewhat outrageous sketches, pushing them toward source material like the designs of Ed "Big Daddy" Roth ...
Oh, and you're right Deane, such sketches begin during computer downtime, but I continue on with them later. ;-)
Posted by Tom Carroll at 1:01 PM