Archive for December, 2010

Merry Christmas

Little Christmas Ham

Merry Christmas! I spent my day in the hospital again. A relative had a procedure so I’ve been keeping them company. This year we really didn’t celebrate Christmas. Here are some photos of my day so far.

Christmas Dinner
What was left from Christmas Dinner

Saint Nick
Santa looks a bit ominous this year…

Saint Nick edit
I got a little closer to Santa but then I accidentally photographed my reflection. An edit was in order. I didn’t want to scare any of my readers :laugh: .

This Christmas was an interesting change to my normal routine.

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays everyone. This year I’ve been working on several Doctor Who related gifts so I’ve been kind of busy. I wanted to make a capstone for my visitors as well. So here it is Matt Smith and Karen Gillan…and also Rilakkuma for some reason.

I am Not Dead Yet

I’ve neglected posting and drawing capstones lately. I haven’t had any ideas and I’ve been trying to write and draw comics and imaginary commissions. I’m also working on a Weeping Angel Christmas tree topper and a K-9 ornament. Daleks are a little too difficult to sculpt.

weeping angel


Amidst this I’m working my usual job as a fry cook of doom with very fluctuating hours.

So, you can imagine my surprise when a ray of sunshine, in the form of free tickets to a musical appeared. I got to see Monty Python’s Spamalot!

It was nice to go out. I usually just work or stay home and draw.

Spamalot was great. All of the humorous lines from The Holy Grail were included plus some new ones. There were some local references that pandered to the crowd. I found irritating but other than that the show was quite funny. Caroline Bowman’s (The Lady of the Lake) voice was amazingly powerful and beautiful and I thought Adam Grabau did a wonderful job playing Sir Lancelot.

It was a wonderful evening.


The Doctor and Jo