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5.13.2007

"Oh, My Spider-Sense Is Tingling..."

"...If you know what I mean."
- Eddie Brock Jr/Venom - Spider-Man 3
Before I go on to post up some of the work that I've done since being freed from my Sophomore year at CCS (College for Creative Studies), allow me to let you in on my insight of what I thought would be the greatest movie ever. Yes folks, I'm talking about Spider-Man 3. A movie that seemed to have the perfect formula for the "Greatest Movie Ever" catalog. Let's go down the list...
  • Spider-Man (of course) - Check
  • Harry Osborn claiming his Green Goblin throne - Check
  • The Sandman as one of the main villains - Check
  • The introduction to the alien symbiote - Check
  • The even more incredible introduction of Venom - Double Check
So why did this movie not live up to its standards? That's just it. The many things that it had going for it was its downfall. For me, as a Spidey fan, it seemed like director Sam Raimi packed too much into one movie. If it were up to me, Part 3 would've been all of Sandman and the alien suit with Venom being introduced in the end as a cliffhanger. THEN Spider-Man 4 would be Peter dealing with Venom and possibly an appearance by Carnage. But I guess that's too little too late. But being as Raimi is the same man who brought us the Evil Dead series, it's hard to hate the guy. Ah well, maybe I'll get my rightful trilogy goodness from Rush Hour 3 (hopefully).

Anyways, let's get down to business. Here's some work that I've done for clients for the past few weeks.

Here are two logos that I did for a client working with me and my friend Brittany Harris (a possible future business venture that I'll let unto on a later date) for their website. The site is not up yet but when it is I'll post the link.

This was a promotional advertisement done for my dude Dante Marshall for one of his club parties. Shouts out to Got To Love It Modeling for giving me the opportunity (http://www.gottoloveit.com).

This was a mural type piece for one my final projects this semester. The idea was that this type of mural would be seen in a store that would probably sell more "urban" type apparel (Rocawear, Ecko, etc.)

Finally, this was an pen sketch finished in Prisma Marker that I did to try to get out an art slump I had a while back. Might have to do another one of those soon.

Anyways, as always I'm still working on art. Just typed up a few ideas for new comic strips (yes, a few are Spidey influenced) so keep an eye out for those. Until then, peace, love, and shazam! 'Nuff said.

~!unO!~

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