Thursday, October 6, 2011

Monsters in California City!!!

You can now see the monster I created in action that was commissioned by Ewan MacLeod. I can finally show off the sculpt I did. This was the original drawing I was given to base the sculpt on-

From there, I created these sculpture, which can be seen in the final short film-

The entire costume put together!

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Blast from the past

In going through some old sketchbooks, I rediscovered quite a few old favorites. This one I did as a trade for an artist from Deviant Art back in high school. Still looks pretty cool I think :)

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

familiar sculptures that haven't seen this blog

Wanted to post 3 or my classic works, just for the sake of having them here!
"The Stag"
Latex, polyfoam, wood, LED lights

"Meadow Head"
Sculpey, plaster, resin, wood
"The Real Housewife of Orange County"
latex, wood, leather, acrylic

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Polymammary minibust

Hello one and all,

I recently finished the next bust in the Polydactylis Gigantiform series, Polymammary. This is a similar condition that is related to PG, but this time the patient exhibits growths of breasts replicating randomly all over the body. This too is not fatal, but very inconvienient as you can see. Here is a few turn-around pictures of the latest sculpt.

She will be molded shortly along with her PG counterpart and sold at Monsterpalooza this year at the Zootonomy booth! They will both be included with a miniature short clinical analysis booklet explain the disease and its stages. Be sure to get one of each bust, they might get lonely if separated!

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Polydactylis Gigantiform Minibust!

Hello all,

Today I'd like to share a small bust I sculpted based on a disease I made up, called Polydactylis Gigantiform. This is a condition which begins as an irritation to the pituitary gland which ignites growths of body parts usually begining from the cephalic region and branches throught the body through time. This condition is not necessarily fatal, but due to the fact that it crushes the frontal lobe of the brain, it debilitates the victim from normal everyday activites. It however leaves the hind brain intact so basic functions such as breathing and heart rate remain regulated. If monitored correctly, the patient can be "grown" into a human tree full of branching limbs and digits.
Here is a drawing  of a patient in the secondary stage.  The first new limb is clearly visible and other new growths can be seen bubbling up on the buccal region, a classic progression of Polydactylis.
So, in honour of this bizarre and yet fascinating condition I created a bust which I will cast in resin and sell at Monsterpalooza this year!
Stay tuned for the next bust in this series of a related disease, which I will keep secret until I finish the next sculpt!

Monday, February 14, 2011

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


 Why not combine two common phobias?
This might be turned into a small resin mount.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Startin' on a Sunday

Hello all, welcome to my art blog. This is a space where I show what I've been working on lately, which is mostly, but not contained to, drawings.
This is a sketch I did of Penny Lane, a friend's  dog....done mostly from observation...mostly. I plan on eventually colouring this. But in the meantime, stay tuned for more strange and varied art coming from Jessie's drawings!