Thursday, February 24, 2011


So I just stumbled upon this unfinished post from last Summer in my unpublished drafts...

I remember riding down to this abandoned length of rail-road, hoping that time would have eroded enough of the old ties, but alas it was overgrown and far too jarring to ride on...

It did, however, provide me with a nice opportunity to take a few nice photographs :)

Yes, even with suspension, it was too bumpy (like riding on a giant washboard... no fun).

This stretch of old railway is just begging to be turned into a Multi-use path or "rail trail". It would provide a perfect link between Fresh Pond and the stretch of the CRBP in Watertown.


 and, of course...
...a glamor shot of the MTB ;)

Monday, February 21, 2011

Even MORE pages... and a few ink sketches

More pages (all out of order... :P )

Some ink sketches... trying my hand at some Japanese brush painting techniques... 

Friday, February 11, 2011

a few months late...

yeah, these are a few months late, but I wanted to
share a few of the pieces I produced for my classes last (Fall 2010) semester.

First off... Illustration!

2 pieces for a Indian (as in, India) folk tale,
How the Mango Birds Were Born

 a potential cover for American Recorder Magazine

2 political cartoons for submission to the Union of Concerned Scientists

I know they say that they "grow up fast", but this is ridiculous!
(to accompany an article about BPAs effect on early onset puberty)

 an adult short story: Borscht\

all for now...