This is an image I rendered in order to place on my PSN profile. I wish I could make it my avatar for PSN as well as Bungie.net, but alas the fates have not willed it. I feel the image is incomplete, but I’ll need to execute the draft and give it some time to watch and learn to decide how best to proceed.
I have a lot of father figures in my life that I like to honor on Father’s Day. Fathers that are friends of mine that I think do an amazing job, my imperfect father and step father, as well as mentors in my life that have played a fatherly role.
Intimate insight cannot be pried from a person, it can only be shared. – Joshua B. Keyes
Recently I saw a bit of news popup while traversing through social networking sites. It was RDJ walking out of an interview he was doing to promote the upcoming Age of Ultron film. The interviewer seemed to want to turn the interview into a very personal insight piece on the actor and his past, focusing it seemed much less on the purpose of the interview itself. REF LINK
You might be a combat vet if you know two letters can communicate more than two books.
Kind of an inside story here. Marines often say ‘Errah’ in a variety of ways. Basically, you can mean any one specific thing, or a million. It’s the the tone, pitch, texture, situation, gesture that defines the utterance of this one word .
This is a wallpaper I drew up after I watched the game Never vs Shuttle with Tasteless Casting. The line was so funny to me, I couldn’t help but draw it, then I decided to make it into wallpaper size. It’s a quick and rough, but it was fun.
Check out more cool Tasteless quotes at the Team Liquid forums, or visit the Tasteless gaming official website.
This is my first full fledged painting. It is of a still-life utilizing a limited pallet. Unfortunately someone liked it so much they stole it out of the classroom. Fortunately I had a poor photo of the painting that I attempted here to stretch and light correct to resemble the original as much as possible. Please contact me if you know anyone with this original, I would very much like to have it back, it was to be a gift to a family member.
This is The Warrior’s Burden. As part of a project for my Art History class I decided to draw what I visualized a warrior of the day wearing this esteemed piece of gear. The following sketch is of the helmet itself.
The Warrior’s Burden © Joshua Keyes 2008