"I’m singing this song"
I’ve come to realize that I can’t actually put music up as part of this art project, so insteadI decided to write down the lyrics of one of my favorite songs “Superman” by Goldfinger. I also edited this picture a bit so that the colors would show up a bit better (that’s why it doesn’t actually look like it’s on the wall).

"I’m singing this song"

I’ve come to realize that I can’t actually put music up as part of this art project, so insteadI decided to write down the lyrics of one of my favorite songs “Superman” by Goldfinger. I also edited this picture a bit so that the colors would show up a bit better (that’s why it doesn’t actually look like it’s on the wall).

"Defibrillating Beats"
A ways back I posted songs from a personal playlist of mine entitled Defibrillating Beats. There was some cover art attached that I sketched, but I knew I could do better, and something a little less anime. So, as part of this current project I designed what I would love to actually build one day (if I had the electrical chops for it), a defibrillator turned iPod dock with headphones made out of the paddles.
On the left it says:
Press Play
Charge Paddles
Apply Paddles to Ears
"Clear"
Press “The Button”
Also, I was actually listening to a different playlist of mine while sketching and inking this. That one is called “Perseverance” (but it’s very similar to “Defibrillating Beats”).

"Defibrillating Beats"

A ways back I posted songs from a personal playlist of mine entitled Defibrillating Beats. There was some cover art attached that I sketched, but I knew I could do better, and something a little less anime. So, as part of this current project I designed what I would love to actually build one day (if I had the electrical chops for it), a defibrillator turned iPod dock with headphones made out of the paddles.

On the left it says:

  • Press Play
  • Charge Paddles
  • Apply Paddles to Ears
  • "Clear"
  • Press “The Button”

Also, I was actually listening to a different playlist of mine while sketching and inking this. That one is called “Perseverance” (but it’s very similar to “Defibrillating Beats”).

"WMDs - Weapons of Mass Deduction"
This should totally be a t-shirt, just sayin’. I recently picked up the Complete Sherlock Holmes again, which I had unfortunately put down towards the end of the summer, and I gotta say I love Holmes’ style, and Doyle’s. I wish I could write like that. I wish I could detect like that.

"WMDs - Weapons of Mass Deduction"

This should totally be a t-shirt, just sayin’. I recently picked up the Complete Sherlock Holmes again, which I had unfortunately put down towards the end of the summer, and I gotta say I love Holmes’ style, and Doyle’s. I wish I could write like that. I wish I could detect like that.

"The Heart of the Tardis" (Take 1, to be painted)
Also known as the Flux Capacitor. It’s a bit difficult to make out in this picture, but hopefully with some future color it will come together better.

"The Heart of the Tardis" (Take 1, to be painted)

Also known as the Flux Capacitor. It’s a bit difficult to make out in this picture, but hopefully with some future color it will come together better.

"now with…Anything is Possible"
Somedays you just need to believe anything is possible. Like I believe that I’ll stand in front of this wall someday, staring at a mural of myself.

"now with…Anything is Possible"

Somedays you just need to believe anything is possible. Like I believe that I’ll stand in front of this wall someday, staring at a mural of myself.

"City"
Okay, as you could tell by this sketch, I’m no architect. I’ve been thinking lately about how I would like to live in a major city for a year at some point in my life. New York, Boston, Chicago, London, you know, some place where I’ll probably end up living in a high rise or something, and not too far from all of the action. For some reason I feel like I need that experience.

"City"

Okay, as you could tell by this sketch, I’m no architect. I’ve been thinking lately about how I would like to live in a major city for a year at some point in my life. New York, Boston, Chicago, London, you know, some place where I’ll probably end up living in a high rise or something, and not too far from all of the action. For some reason I feel like I need that experience.

"The Dating Game" (Take 1, soon to be painted)
A lot of people play this game day in and day out. I used to not believe that it was indeed a game, but that does seem to be the case. And like any other game, when you run out of quarters you have to stop playing, or you can just walk away. But, the good thing is, one day when you’re walking down the street, or sitting on a couch, or just doing something completely random, you may find that special quarter that will give you one more try. Who knows, you may just score big that time.
That’s what I believe anyway.

"The Dating Game" (Take 1, soon to be painted)

A lot of people play this game day in and day out. I used to not believe that it was indeed a game, but that does seem to be the case. And like any other game, when you run out of quarters you have to stop playing, or you can just walk away. But, the good thing is, one day when you’re walking down the street, or sitting on a couch, or just doing something completely random, you may find that special quarter that will give you one more try. Who knows, you may just score big that time.

That’s what I believe anyway.

"I favor the Greeks even when they bring gifts"
You know, I don’t know. I feel like there was some deeper meaning behind this when I wrote it. It’s also a flipped version of “Beware of Greeks bearing gifts.” So I guess, I’m not afraid of Greeks, even if they bring a Trojan Horse. Maybe it’s something about fearlessness, or ignorance, or something else that hit me while in class today.
Whatever it means, it goes on the wall.

"I favor the Greeks even when they bring gifts"

You know, I don’t know. I feel like there was some deeper meaning behind this when I wrote it. It’s also a flipped version of “Beware of Greeks bearing gifts.” So I guess, I’m not afraid of Greeks, even if they bring a Trojan Horse. Maybe it’s something about fearlessness, or ignorance, or something else that hit me while in class today.

Whatever it means, it goes on the wall.

I drew this girl slightly based off of Aaron “Dresden Codak” Diaz’s art style. This girl currently has no name, but since there are sadly no other women in my apartment (for the foreseeable future), I think she deserves one so I can at least say hello. Any suggestions?

I drew this girl slightly based off of Aaron “Dresden Codak” Diaz’s art style. This girl currently has no name, but since there are sadly no other women in my apartment (for the foreseeable future), I think she deserves one so I can at least say hello. Any suggestions?

"Per ardua ad astra" - Through adversity to the stars. Originally the motto of the Royal Air Force, I’ve come to see it as my own personal motto. In astrophysics, in art, in whatever it is that I do, this motto will help me reach my greatest potential.

"Per ardua ad astra" - Through adversity to the stars. Originally the motto of the Royal Air Force, I’ve come to see it as my own personal motto. In astrophysics, in art, in whatever it is that I do, this motto will help me reach my greatest potential.