I'm no Picasso, but I consider myself lucky that I don't have both eyes on the same side of my face. Here are some stuff I've done recently. You know the drill - click on the picture to see a bigger one.

Crushotron 5000 - My favorite painting ever. By the way, he's not a mean robot. He just didn't get to choose his own name. He hates the name "Crushotron 5000" and hates crushing things.

This may look like a small cartoon I drew, and originally it was. The painting itself is over 8 feet long. It was a lot of work for something so incredibly pointless. It's the only painting I've ever sold.

This is a moon and stars which I painted on itty bitty canvases and scattered throughout my room. It gives the impression that I am both artsy and wordly to anybody who comes by my room. Unfortunatly, nobody comes by my room.

This is a moon and stars which I painted on itty bitty canvases and scattered throughout my room. It gives the impression that I am both artsy and wordly to anybody who comes by my room. Unfortunatly, nobody comes by my room.

I have become interested, lately, in painting pictures of robots. I do not know why. I cannot explain it. I just like robots.

This robot's name is Martha Bootle. I named her after a girl I went to middle school with. Then the real Martha Bootle emailed wondering why I had a robot named after her. I had no good answer.

This robot plays sports at Robot High. You can tell because of his letterjacket.

This is a lovely picture of a dead fish. In real life, the bones are three-dimensional, and it does not smell one bit.

This is a cheery sentiment, isnt it? Those candy wrappers are trying to ruin our self esteem.