After a long absence, I’m back with some hopefully regular updates. Then end of 2014 kept me hella busy, and I’m cruising along with fatherhood.
Today I am adding a new gallery called Monster Selfies. These images use the kaiju figures to illustrate the many tropes of taking a selfie. I submitted these to an art contest a few weeks back.
In the near future, I will be adding more art to the galleries, and I’ll show you my newest art project commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Burning of Columbia.
That Godzilla Guy is featured along with other great artists in the Comics and Code gallery at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts! This is one impressive gallery! They really did a top notch job on displaying my art. If you are in town, I hope you will give it a look and thank the staff for all their efforts!
Seriously, I can’t believe I still have to talk about this. The trailer for Avengers 2: Age of Ultron JUST dropped and Felicia Day getting DOXXed by Gamergate is crushing it in the trends. If you are a Gamergater, I don’t need you as a fan.
The Columbia Museum of Art is the last stop for the Norman Rockwell exhibit traveling the states. So the museum challenged the Photoshop-capable to use their skills on existing Rockwell art for a chance to win tickets to the event. After image browsing, I knew exactly which picture I wanted to use. Everyone expected a Godzillafication, but I wanted to be more subtle. This was not going to be some memetic art for “the lulz”. I wanted something that has some emotion to it. I thought of Dr. Serizawa from the first 1954 Godzilla movie, agonizing over if he should use his Oxygen Destroyer to kill Godzilla, and risk a weapon of mass destruction being turned loose on the world. This was the end result:
I am stupid excited about the end of this year, especially for what may lay ahead in the next one. As it is now less than a month and a half until my wife and I are expecting our son to be born, let’s get you on board with the That Godzilla Guy schedule:
Monet-Gogh Mash-Up earned a Purchase Patron Award, which means I get a ribbon and this goes on someone’s wall!