The log functions as a digital sketchbook that encompasses works in progress, sketches, silly doodles, thoughts on creativity, and completed work. For miscellaneous journal entries, see NOTES.


#Sketch – Incomplete & Rough Work

#Illustration – Works deemed completed

#Memes – Don’t let your memes be dreams


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  • Sketchbook [12.5]

  • Sketchbook [11.26]

    Eternal apologies for my continued butchering of the language.

    Another thing I would eventually like to clean up, but starting and stopping lots of ideas lately.

  • Sketchbook [11.25]

  • 📌 Now I Am Become Web Development, Destroyer of Worlds

    TL;DR: Gallery is temporarily closed for maintenance.

    Long Version: During initial forays into personal web dev, I tried to keep things as basic/lightweight as possible with just HTML & CSS. This had its own share of advantages and disadvantages, though the disadvantages eventually outweighed what I was trying to achieve with regards to the sheer amount of stuff that was being shared. Moving to a CMS has been helpful for managing the kind of work and updates pushed to this site, but the bloat and occasional limitations have also gradually become incredibly difficult to ignore.

    This is a long way of saying that, in the interim, I have closed the Gallery for maintenance. I suspect it will be the primary guinea pig for whatever I end up doing with regards to…*gesticulates inarticulately with hands*

    Apologies for any inconvenience in the meantime. The first order of business is to fix some of the images (WP is…so bad about generating billions of extra sizes, so there was some nuking of files involved), whereupon I expect to have that section of the site reopened. However, any in-depth changes regarding structure will probably have to wait until mid-2023.

  • Sketchbook [11.22]

    Mostly just pondering Katie’s hair (and streamlining the jacket again).

  • Sketchbook [11.15]


    A sincere apology that my favorite character from the television series Dark (2017) is predictably the ominous priest man with the foreboding sound design leitmotif every time he turns his head.

  • Sketchbook [11.12]

  • Hey…Listen…

    Image for the links page.

  • Sketchbook [11.6]

  • Sketchbook [11.5]

    Wanted to take a stab at reworking this older piece from 2021. It is a rough sketch, but I am really tickled by the improvements. I mean. Cigar going ham with a giant, utterly non-functional saw consistently tickles me.