post Hoodie

July 27th, 2012

Filed under: art,Baltimore,check this out — nics @ 1:10 pm

One of the best things I saw at Artscape, despite the fact that it was not actually a part of Artscape, was Hoodie. This guy named Michael was hanging out with a kinetic sculpture creature he made. It was awesome!

post More Prints

July 26th, 2012

Filed under: art,shop — nics @ 12:03 pm

I added three more prints in the shop from the Fox’s Misunderstandings series. Take a look! (This is one of them.)

post then now never

July 25th, 2012

Filed under: animation — nics @ 3:11 pm

For those of you who couldn’t make it to the Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational, here’s a look at my newest animation.

post Salsa!

July 23rd, 2012

Filed under: Baltimore,food — nics @ 5:36 pm

I just made the most beautiful and delicious salsa! We had a bunch of salsa-friendly veggies around the house. Thanks One Straw Farm CSA! Heirloom tomato, tomatillos, garlic, lime, shallots, and a mole pepper. Everything from the Waverly Farmers Market (mostly One Straw Farm), aside from the lime (from the store) and the mole pepper (grown by a friend – I would tell you who but it’s Ben’s friend and I can’t think of her name right now).

post This is tonight!

July 12th, 2012

Filed under: animation,Baltimore — nics @ 9:30 am

Don’t forget to come!

post Colorado Times

July 11th, 2012

Filed under: family,travel — nics @ 10:45 pm

I went to Colorado (the land of fire) last week to visit my brother, sister in law, and their three kids. It was awesome hanging out with everyone and the kids seem more and more fun every time I see them. I wander if that will change at some point when they turn into teenagers? Hopefully teenagers are jerks only to their parents, not to their aunts :) Here’s for hoping!

Jack, Lauren, and Juliet at the Denver Art Museum.

The reality of Fourth of July parades “they” never tell you about: heat, misery, and unhappy faces. And yet you’ll probably do it all over again next year :)

I gave the family the Wii Michael Jackson Experience for their birthdays. It was a big hit! Jack and Lauren loved dancing to Dirty Diana together. Non-family members will probably not be nearly as entertained here… But this cracks me up. (Sadly, I missed my opportunity to catch Eric and Tracy on film. Although it’s probably in my best interest that I’m not posting that to the interwebs, anyway… But I promise you they enjoyed it too!)

And I couldn’t forget Juliet!

post Sweaty Eyeballs

July 3rd, 2012

Filed under: animation,art,Baltimore — nics @ 7:43 pm

I am happy to be participating in Sweaty Eyeballs: Animation Invitational, curated by Phil Davis. I and lots of other great animators will be screening work at the Creative Alliance, Thursday, July 12 at 8pm (click the link above for more details). Please come! It will be awesome!