September 21, 2012
July 17, 2012
May 12, 2012
I told my followers on Twitter that I was going to do a blog post this week. I intended it to be about something else, but that fell through, so I decided to sketch up an idea from my friend EditorGeek instead. This one’s his fault:
March 24, 2012
Random sketchbook comic from about two months ago.
I’m not entirely happy with it, to be honest. I feel like the punchline could have been written much stronger. Oh well.
January 14, 2012
Random sketch of the day.
I can only assume that, after a rousing rendition of “C is for Cookie, That’s Good Enough for Me”, he promptly devoured his lute, with pieces flying everywhere.
May 24, 2011
So, I had this weird idea, and I just had to draw it… but now I need your opinion. Should I turn it into a Jellyfish in Armour comic?
January 22, 2011
November 12, 2010
One day, I decided to come up with a completely new powerup for the Mario Bros. universe… something that hadn’t been done before, but would fit in their universe without duplicating a powerup that Mario had previously been able to get. Thus, Bullet Mario was born!
Imagine, if you will, a wide open level of Super Mario Galaxy in which Bullet Bills are flying everywhere, and the only way to get to your destination is to fly with them as a bullet. But beware, because hitting a wall will destroy a Bullet Bill, and as Bullet Mario, if you hit a wall, it will destroy you too.
I figured that would be a cool idea for a level, so I made a song for it entitled “Billions of Bullet Bills”. You’ll find it at the Music Player, song number 20.
March 1, 2010
Hi there! Yeah, I know that I’ve been neglecting this site some, but it’s for a good cause! I’ve been working on bigger things!
I can’t share much about them now, but they include music composing, more work on that Wii game idea I had, and card game codenamed “Jacks Out The Window”.
However, it’d be pretty lame for me to end my first post in over two months like that, so here’s something new for you. A fan named Zach e-mailed the idea that Screenhog should meet Porky Pig, so here it is:
November 3, 2009
I was at a family gathering last night, and there was a dog there. The dog’s name was Duchess, and she looked like this:
Yeah, she was one of those Ewok-faced dogs, who’s breed I can’t remember the name of. Despite the fact that I’d expect a dog named “Duchess” to most likely be pretty snappy and mean, she was quite friendly.
It was rare that I was able to draw a dog while they were awake. Usually, when I’m trying to draw a dog from real life, they move around too much from place to place to get a good drawing, unless they’re sleeping. I have quite a few drawings of sleeping dogs, and it’s nice to have an awake one as a model for a change.