I'll try to get some sleep.

Listening to: Robin Thicke - Lonely World

I'm going to try to get to bed before midnight.

This is just a random vector piece. Trying to learn and practice the idea of negative space. As you can see, I've still got quite a bit to go.


Luigi #1!

Listening to: Robin Thicke - Got 2 Be Down

I decided to work on a little something something for my favorite Nintendo character, Luigi!

I basically wanted to make a stencil/block print of the guy, so I had to create a very simple black-and-white/two-tone image of him that captured his likeness without too much detail (I have a hard time cutting out overly detailed stencils or carving out block prints).

The last image is actually a wallpaper I made in addition. You can click there for it or find it in the gallery section.


Happy 24th Birthday, Alex!

Listening to: Robin Thicke - Can You Believe

I was able to celebrate my 24th birthday with a few friends tonight: Jason, Dom and Nick. I thank them for dinner, the cake and the card. It was truly a memorable birthday.

Thanks to Josie for the card. It really was a wonderful gesture.

Thanks to Rob for the delicious birthday sandwich for lunch.

Thanks to the others for the warm birthday wishes as well!


Had An Interview Today

Listening to: Yann Tiersen - Si Tu N'etais Pas La

I had my second interview today with a company that had "put me on hold" earlier this month. They asked some pretty tough questions. I think there was a moment where I sort of stared blankly at the wall, counting how many tiles were there and multiplying it by 2,397. It was the only way I could look like I was thinking and not, you know, completely dumbfounded.

Actually, I think it went all right. I just think it's much funnier when grown men cry in elevators.


Here Begins ver7

Listening to: Robin Thicke - Lost Without U

That's right! The blog has returned a seventh time. I decided to go back to a style that I'm more comfortable with. It represents my love for things simple, compact and efficient. I apologize if you have one of those widescreen monitors and have your browser open at its maximum size... you know, because you just have a lot of "sides of nothing".

I think this page would look great on the Nintendo Wii. I should check.

I'm slowly properly migrating the other portions of the site as well and will be my week-long project: gallery, music and about pages.

I spent most of my Sunday cleaning my room and the bathroom, scrubbing like I was trying to reveal that my bathtub was actually made out of gold.

I'm not sure if I've shared this comic link with anyone yet, but I really enjoy Daniel Spottswood's Disquetville. Go and check it out!

A sample of Disquetville

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