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The title of this piece is “Maybe It Was The Kind of Fish That Granted Wishes”. It’s about my summers spent at Lake Michigan in the junior lifeguard program at North Avenue Beach. One day, I tried to catch a catfish with my bare hands by sneakily swimming up on it. Needless to say, I was unsuccessful. It swam away into a bed of kelp, and I didn’t follow because I knew that there was a good chance I’d get tangled up and drown. Looking back upon this memory, it has a certain fairy tale vibe to it, as though perhaps had I shown a little more courage, I might have gotten some wishes.
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Used PS to cleanup for the first time, and hopefully the last. What an unimaginable pain in the ass that was. Experiment for a project that… Actually has nothing to do with Dragonball haha. Animation itself is not too great and a little too pose-to-pose for my liking but I just wanted to do something quick. Audio lifted from Ep 43.
My uncle lent me a skull he acquired from a university that was cleaning out some of its collections and allowed my uncle to take this piece for scientific study. All I know about it is that it’s the skull of a seven-year-old - a girl, I think, and that it might be from the turn of the century. It has hinges on the side to take the skull apart and look at all the inner workings and chambers.
It was fun to do these quick studies but it was difficult not feel somber thinking of this poor girl who was either unclaimed when she died or the victim of grave robbing.
DBZ Sunday!…sorta. This is actually an old illustration I found from the very first days of DBZ Sunday back when Serena and I assigned themes to each week. The goal for this particular one was to emulate the style of Tim Burton. Surprisingly, I’m still a big fan of this drawing.