Brian Edenfield
Available for freelance
Photoshop, 3DS Max 7, Maya 7, Flash, Torque Game Engine
Sketching, Illustration, Concept Design, Animation, 3D Modeling and Sculpture
Beeline Studios
Evil Twin/Doppelganger
Electronic Arts
A.S.K. Learning
Tektonic Studios
SCEA, Inc.
Spunky Productions
Pixel Technologies
Juggernaut Studios
Jellyman Productions
Find me

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

160 Mil to Producer of Lord of the Rings.

A windfall for doing nothing.

The moral of the story: Buy the rights to an out of print book that you like. It may come in handy some day.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Operation Crossroads: Bikini Atoll

Awt-inspiring! Heh get it Awe-Art=Awt. I'm so droll.


Grand Canyon Skywalk

Twice the height of the tallest building in the world. I am there.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Spin: A short film by DEF

Very nice. Held my attention throughout.


Friday, August 19, 2005

Pen sketches: A minute each.

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Wow. Keith Kin Yan photography.


Lunchtime sketches: A few minutes apiece.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Sketch: woof. It's like I'm starting over.

Monday, August 15, 2005

Links and shiz

Deep Sea Invasion - This is grade A fucked up. I hope they can clean it up.
Robot camel jockeys - Those outrageously cutting edge Emirates!
Depleted Uranium weapons - A conventional wmd.
Florida elections fixed? - The hell you say!
The Khmer Rouge - What a lovely bunch of coconuts.
Lifestyles of the Rich and Evangelical - As Bush would say, "It's easier for a camel to fool me once than for a rich person to pass the stone of paradise." Or something like that.
Eminent domain and you - Eh. I got nothing'.
Republicans and pedophilia - Funny, but what's the point?
Tornado fighter - "You! You can run, but you can't hide!"

Banksy is a badass - Yep. That about somes him up.

Monday, August 01, 2005

The circle of life.

Negative/Positive. Light/Dark. Famine/Feast. Death/Life. Yin/Yang. Everything has an opposite.

Success/Failure. Tapwave Zodiac/Gamepark GPX2-F100.

I bet you thought this was going to be some philosophical rumination on the metaphysical universe. Bwahahahahaha! Ponderin' is for sissies.

The Zodiac has gone the way of the buffalo. But the GPX2-F100 (what a moniker!) has risen to take its place. It sucks to see a USA-designed handheld game system bite the dust before it even got a chance to fly. Though I must admit, I wasn't too excited about what was available to play. I definitely considered getting it for one reason: Duke Nukem. But the desire waned thanks to my PSP.

The Gamepark system sounds interesting if only for the fact that it's Linux based. Now, I'm not some Linux mouthpiece evangelizing about its omnipotence as an operating system. I hardly know anything about it. But I've been around enough Linux geeks to know one thing it's got going for it: open source. If my artistically inclined peabrain grasps anything, it's that open source leaves the GPX2 open to a lot of independent user-created development. If it turns out to be so, then that's a goooood thing.

More power to Gamepark. My grubby little gamer hands can't wait to get ahold of one.