He's a self-conscious guy, you see


Just doesn't want to mess up sad
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Ink, Comic
Hangstronaut


Should've known this was going to happen when he enrolled in hangstronaut academy. Prints available here.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Digital, Astronaut, Vector
cool


cool cool cool
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Carbon Dust
Zombies


Zombies is all it is. Story: I did this as a tshirt for a local band a friend of mine was in, which was around the time Brokeback Mountain came out. Someone who saw this thought all the zombies were doing that limp-wristed gesture at the cowboy, to make fun of him. /story.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Digital, Cowboy, Vector
Car Crash


Animated gifs is the best medium
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Digital, Animated GIF
You're holding that wrong


Can you believe this guy
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Digital, Scientific Illustration
Number One


Makin it so, since Nineteen Eighty Fo'.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Portrait, Acrylic
I have wished death on a lot of people.


But the most painful kind for him.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Ink, Comic
Goodnight octopus


This is an intaglio print, and the plate it was on was supposed to be part of the Moon Series I have posted somewhere else on here. The Moon here was going to be the Earth in that set, and I had the markings on the plate to cut it down to size. However, as I looked at that square sheet of copper, I saw this image in it. So here it is! I have it hanging outside my bathroom.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Intaglio, Ocean
Geyser gazers


Pressure builds up and it blows its top. A Geyser.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Digital, Scientific Illustration, Vector
The Timeless Struggle


posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Intaglio, Ocean, Cowboy
Dead bodies, cut up bodies, no skin anymore


They are not as clean as this in real life. I, like a moron would do, messed up the latissimus dorsii. It should twist as it nears the arm, iirc. Anyway, interesting fact: Did you know that when they remove the skin from cadavers, they leave the nipples on?
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Scientific Illustration, Pencil
Moon series








5 small 3x4" copper etchings about how the moon was probably born: as a result of the fast, violent collision of two bodies of greatly differing mass. Just like everybody else.
Prints available here.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Intaglio, Space
Tommybones


On 17 Dec 2011, I was finally inspired to name this piece. Tommybones: I name you.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Intaglio
Cowboy jumped over the moon


This is another intaglio print using ImageOn. An image is transferred onto copper plate via a photosensitive film, then you can ink it and run it through a press like a normal person. Is 9x13"
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Intaglio, Cowboy, Space
Old man, no clothes


Here's a naked man butt for ya.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Naked Man, Butt
There's a bug on your screen


Baby's first scientific illustration and cause of the blacklung with which I'll be diagnosed in 40 years.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Carbon Dust, Scientific Illustration, Entomology
Fallstronaut


I'ma do this kind of chronologically, as if I've been updating over time.

This is an intaglio print; copper etched by acid, inked and pressed. Someday I'll again have access to a press and a huge hotplate and an acid bath and a crank-operated aquatint chamber and I'll smile about that fact as I neglect all those things to play videogames.

If you want to be a jerk and point out that the picture's a little blurry round the middle, I'll explain how it's impossible to line up two halves of an image scanned separately.

Prints available here.
posted on 28 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Intaglio, Astronaut, Ocean
eulogy
I dedicate the first update of my new site to my old site:



Here's to you, you hell of remote rollovers and javascript links that manifested in me such despair at the thought of updating you. You uncrawlable jerk. Boy, did I like the look of you though. I'm sorry to do this to you; to trot about your corpse via your replacement, but you looked nice, in life. You understand, don't you? Your design forced me to cut decent content in favor of newer content, while filling empty space elsewhere with jpegs that didn't deserve you. A person had to click several times to see an image, only to have it open in a pop-up window! It's my fault, I know, and I'm sorry. You were made when the internet was nested tables and under-construction gifs
posted on 27 Mar 2009 by Nathan
Tags: Web Design
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