Friday, February 29, 2008

Sunny Day.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

I Was In Another World, Right Here!

I found some old negitives & scanned them & found a great deal of photos that I have never seen before from my past. The picture above is when I lived in California as a young boy. Thats my sister on the left. I will post more of these photos later. :)
I drew this picture sitting around at work. I was waiting for someone & had a moment to my self. One of the lead production guys walked by & he is one of those types that does not like people waisting time at work. Heck I dont either but I was waiting to drive someone & he told me to wait. Well any way this production guy didnt like me at all for some reason after he saw me sitting and drawing one afternoon.

I have come across this sort of situation in the past. Some people think that if your drawing you are not retaining / thinking about the situation at hand. It might be considered rude, but for me to function like in a classroom, I am much better off keeping my head down and drawing or writing.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Turtle & Bird, Vomit on Cats.

This is the basic idea of a cartoon I would like to make within the next four years! Yes it is strange but I'm pretty sure it will work. I will work out some stories and post then in the coming weeks. Yup. :P

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Marble Mummy

My friend Erik Drew my head. It looks great and a lot like me & it looks like I'm character out of Yellow Submarine! Thanks Erik! Erik makes recordings under the name Marble Mummy!

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Old Bear & Dino Man With Color!

I like the colors I used for these images. I have been working on a new song. Its really quite nice. :p I can not wait for others to hear it & get inspired!!

Is that true for most folks out their? When you hear or see something that inspires you, are you more likely to just enjoy it for its value during the brief moment that its within your perseption or does the art form stick with you & inspire you to make something of your own? Whats your deal with art? How does something like art effect your mind? I want to know.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Hidden Wizzard Demo Cover

This here is the cover of my Demo CD, that I plan to pass around. Also for me to draw in this style I close my eyes at moments during drawing. :)

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Happy Valentines Day!!

This cat has a pizza for a heart! Pizza + Heart = Love.

Turtles in Time!! From: Birthday Me.

Last night I could not sleep at all & have been awake for quite some time now. I played this game until the early light covered the sky. I have a tooth cavity & its been killing me with so much pain I just can not sleep. This is not a standard post for me. Oh yeah for some reason my last post did not pop up on my birthday! Its the 13th now. Isnt it radical? The 13th is fun! Woo!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Colonization of the Moon.

The Lunar outpost will be an inhabited facility on the surface of the Moon which NASA currently plans to construct over the five years between 2019 and 2024. On December 4, 2006, NASA announced the conclusion of its Global Exploration Strategy and Lunar Architecture Study.[1] The Lunar Architecture Study's purpose was to "define a series of lunar missions constituting NASA's Lunar campaign to fulfill the Lunar Exploration elements" of the Vision for Space Exploration.[2] What resulted was a basic plan for a lunar outpost near one of the poles of the Moon, which would permanently house astronauts in six-month shifts, similar to the crew rotation aboard the International Space Station.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Space Elevator

A space elevator is a proposed megastructure designed to transport material from a celestial body's surface into space. The term most often refers to a structure that reaches from the surface of the Earth to geosynchronous orbit (GSO) and a counter-mass beyond. The concept of a structure reaching to geosynchronous orbit was first conceived by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky.[1], who proposed a compression structure, or "Tsiolkovsky tower." Most recent discussions focus on tensile structures (tethers) reaching from geosynchronous orbit to the ground. Space elevators have also sometimes been referred to as beanstalks, space bridges, space lifts, space ladders, skyhooks, orbital towers, or orbital elevators.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Climate Controlled Clothing.

The global warming controversy is a dispute regarding the nature and consequences of global warming. The disputed issues include the causes of increased global average air temperature, especially since the mid-20th century; whether this warming trend is unprecedented or within normal climatic variations; whether the increase is real or partially an artifact of poor measurements. Additional disputes concern estimates of climate sensitivity; predictions of additional warming; what the consequences are; and what action should be taken (if any). Individuals, corporations, and political organizations are involved, so the debate is vigorous in the popular media and on a policy level.

V.H.F. : Very high frequency (VHF) is the radio frequency range from 30 MHz to 300 MHz. It is also known as the meter band or meter wave as the wavelengths range from ten to one meters. Frequencies immediately below VHF are denoted HF, and the next higher frequencies are known as Ultra high frequency (UHF).

U.H.F. : Ultra high frequency (UHF) designates a range (band) of electromagnetic waves whose frequency is between 300 MHz and 3 GHz (3,000 MHz). Also known as the decimeter band or decimeter wave as the wavelengths range from ten to one decimeters. Radio waves whose frequency is above the UHF band fall into the SHF (Super high frequency) and EHF (Extremely high frequency) bands; all of which fall into the Microwave frequency range. Lower frequency signals fall into the VHF or lower bands. See electromagnetic spectrum for a full listing of frequency bands.

Mass Transportation Idea. # 1

Most cities in the United States were built around the car, and in many places public transport is now almost non-existent, even in large cities, with only a few cities where public transport is in good condition, like New York City. Many public transport systems that existed prior to domination of the car were dismantled by the emergent car industry in a move came to be known as the Great American Streetcar Scandal; nevertheless, GM managed to "rip out" over 100 streetcar systems nationwide by 1950. By the time antitrust investigators could go to work, the deed was done. American mass-transit was "dead".[4] In the 2000s, many US cities realized that widespread car usage caused serious problems, such as urban sprawl. In response to this, cities have begun to make their city centres more enticing, have canceled expressways projects and restored or improved public transport and commissioned new rail transit projects. Public transportation ridership in the US has risen 21% since 1995 – more than the same period's increase in roadway vehicle miles or airline passenger miles [3] and several U.S. states that were considered bastions of highway-only thinking, such as Colorado[5][6] and Utah (see Utah Transit Authority), had approved major public transportation investments by 2005.
For Inter-city transport within the United States the car and the airplane dominate except in the Northeast Corridor, a densely populated string of cities, which has the busiest train line in the USA, including the popular Acela Express train service operated by Amtrak. Elsewhere trains and buses (such as the Greyhound) are often only used by those with no other alternative.
Detractors point out that in investment in public transport in the USA has had almost no impact on the number of drivers.