Bill Murray pen doodle
Knocked this out last minute last year as part of our GGJ ‘12 team portrait. In retrospect I kind of like it.
These are 2 pixel art portraits I did of some older Chinese men from some street photography that was part of a longer series in progress. I might get back to it someday.
Doodled Tiger Temple from @hightechfilm instead of writing code.
Run cycle for a little game experiment I was goofing around with earlier this year.
10 points to anyone who knows who this is.
Edit: Mr. Wiggins and Ms. Hawkins got it.
The world lost a hell of a writer, debater and thinker today.
Portrait of Wesley Bao of Coconut Island done for Kill Screen.
Screwing around with Processing and a photo.
Just a simple image manipulation generation with Processing.
This Computational Design workshop at CIID has really been satisfying in letting us dig into Processing more than I had when I briefly played with it about a year ago.
Most of the students have minor or no programming experience and I’ve been amazed at what a good tool it is for understanding the basics with visual metaphors.
Haruki Murakami sketch done yesterday. He’s not really that old.
Sometimes in meetings when things have to be translated from English to Chinese, I doodle caricatures of whoever is across from me.
This guy is one of our designers. We were discussing German board games at the time.
Gil Scott-Heron again, in pixel art, for good measure.
Gil Scott-Heron sketch portrait, with a tiny hand.
A quick sketch portrait done at lunch today.