Navajo planning principals follow the concept of “hozhó,” which involves restoring beauty, harmony, and balance in life. This diagram for Dzilth-Na-O-Dith-Hle Community School in Bloomfield, New Mexico, attempts to convey those Diné society founding principles in a graphical form. The
Org chart from 2013 with a stringy appearance.
Unsightly Morto Ambulanteante drawing from 2008: Gloppy brush smear in Scribbles drawing application: Preliminary design idea:
Cartoonish depiction of Chris Walas’s Brundlefly creature from the 1986 David Cronenberg film The Fly. Drawn using Scribbles.app in 2008.
Wrinkly feline project constructed using Pixologic ZBrush 4 and The Foundry modo 701 in 2013: (The human-headed, lion-limbed, mythological desert beast fond of riddles is a Sphinx. The kind that meows is probably a Sphynx.) Originating as a sphere in ZBrush, the kitty model grew increasingly detailed
Title page for a feature for Albuquerque the Magazine from 2009: Arranged in After Effects for an animated reveal: Test animation from 2012:
Branding project from 2001 for a New York-based software development company called Codpieceware: The company’s name was a reference to Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film “Clockwork Orange.” The blue X shape borrowed from Apple’s liquid-themed system software branding, and the red figure was a
Attempt to copy an engraving by John Buckland Wright called “Girl or Nymph with Arrow” from “Cupid’s Pastime” (1935):
Drawing from 2002 of Derry the cat in the style of American author Wanda Gág: Derry had a penchant for wearing baskets on his head whilst napping. Drawn using Fractal Design Painter 5.0, probably with gritty charcoal brushes.
Aftermath of some robotic mayhem: