I’m not very good at high-fiving, but these guys love it. It makes them do kitty-squint faces.
I’ve been creating my animations entirely in Photoshop lately. You can’t really see it in this animation, but I’m having fun animating with brushes instead of stark vector lines.
It’s interesting how an idea or drawing slowly changes into something new. There’s no way I could have just thought up this idea.
The future of psychic hair cuts is at hand. Fun for you and your friends.
I drew a lot of cat faces for this show, as well as a wooden carving. If you go to Seattle’s Artwalk, come by.
If you live in Seattle, come by the Fictilis gallery this Thursday (February 2) at 6-9pm for “Cat Faces.” It’s a group show about cat faces for which I was thrilled to contribute.
Check out this mouth I animated a few years ago.
Mustache and Mouth go wild.
I animated this in a flipbook three years ago.
This cat is loosely based off my cat Reuben. He’s carefully waiting for the right moment.
A cat bides his time.
It’s been snowing in Seattle for two days. I love it so much I made this gif.
I like the snow, so I lick it.
Have you ever been touched by a stranger?
Sometimes you gotta test out your feelers. Make sure they’re still sensitive.
Check out this short story I animated. It’s a guy buying a leg for $500 at an auction.
Auctions are for the bold. If you don’t have it, stay home and watch Antique Road Show.
I animated a little Santa story.. Santa wants to know where his hat is. He’s getting pissed.
Someone better fess’ up and tell Santa where his hat is before he breaks something.
Thank Gawd for they feet massagerz. Xmas shoppin’ enuff to kell mah feetzers. Thank ye Lohd!
I animated a man racing an alligator to the ice-cream stand. It may appear that he’s being chased by the alligator, but that’s not the case. They both REALLY LOVE ice-cream.
“L8r g8r! Beat you to the ice cream stand!”
I’m really happy with this one.. I think this man might be a recurring character.
With much care, Mr. food enjoyed his succulent matter.