Floating BunnyHead

The Ship

Acrylic on found art

This was a wedding gift for my awesome friends, Libby & Manoj.

The Ship

Acrylic on found art

This was a wedding gift for my awesome friends, Libby & Manoj.

Happy 20th Birthday, Scud!
#2decadesofscud

Scud turns 20 today! Scud is my absolute favorite comic book character and has always been an inspiration to me. Rob finishing the series in 2008 was a big motivation for me to start making my own comics. Hats off to Rob Schrab and Scud!

I also made a video of these drawings in progress.


And here’s a picture of me being a big fanboy in my Scud shirt.

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Hey! Here’s my first attempt at recording my screen while I draw! I used Photoshop CS5 and Bandicam.

Read my previous post if you want to know more about this drawing.

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Scud the Disposable Assassin Fan Art!
Scud’s 20th Birthday is on Wednesday. Rob Schrab has invited fans to draw birthday cards for the ol’ murderous robot. Here are some photos of my work in progress. I was posting them on instagram this morning. Stay tuned for more.

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I’m having a great time designing shirts for Jonnie 5 Apparel. Like us on Facebook!

I’m having a great time designing shirts for Jonnie 5 Apparel. Like us on Facebook!

Floating Bunnyhead Handmade Toys!



From time to time I make toys of my FBH characters. Here’s a gallery of all the ones I have finished. The AB & FBH plushies are made by my wife, Chelsea. Let me know if you’re interested in buying any of these toys and I’ll add it to my online art shop.

1-2. 1/6th Scale Deluxe Karak Figure with spear - $50
3. Vinyl Armless Bear - $15
4. “Realistic” Armless Bear - $15
5. Plushie Armless Bear - contact me for price
6. Plushie Floating BunnyHead - contact me for price
7. Papercraft Armless Bear - $1
8. Karak Action Figure - $25
9-10. Skelenaut Vinyl - $15


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We had a great time at I-Con this year! Thanks to all the people that stopped by the FBH booth, bought comics and commissioned sketches. Pictured here are most of the sketches I drew on Saturday.
1. The Minions!
2. Formal Llama
3. Mr. J
4. The 10th Doctor
5. Floating BunnyHead himself
6. Raptoro
7. A Griffon
Also pictured:
8. Mr. J in person!
9. Me drawing with my face way too close to the paper.
10. The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. truck

I made my brother solve a bunch of riddles to earn his birthday present.



The following is an account of the digital scavenger hunt chain of riddles I sent my brother, Alex, for his 23rd birthday. I was inspired by Numbers Stations, various ARGs and methods for hiding secret messages in different file types. I wanted the scavenger hunt to be fun, mysterious, and at least a little challenging.



In the mail, my brother receives a heroclix figure of The Riddler. On the bottom of the figure is a sticker with a QR code which points him to a shared Google Drive folder containing RIDDLES.ZIP and a readme file. The sticker also instructs him to download RIDDLES.ZIP to his laptop and supplies him with the password to unzip that file. The password is “mcmxc” which is the roman numeral for 1990, the year Alex was born. My original idea was to affix a micro SD card to the base of the figure but I could not be certain that he would be able to read the card.



Within RIDDLES.ZIP is a trail of files gated by password protected zip files.



Get the Magritte reference? The first file has a QR code which sends him to a secret page on my website. That page contains the clue to unlock 2.PDF’s password protection. “The number one song in America on August 16, 1990 was ______ by Mariah Carey.”



2.PDF has three questions about Alex’s birth date. Answering those gives him the password for 3.ZIP.

3.ZIP contains 4.JPG, 5.ZIP, 6.WAV (1:50 of strange high-pitched noise), and a program called PicSecret.



4.JPG is a magic eye image that I made using easystereogrambuilder.com. There’s text hidden in that image. This was the biggest snag in the sequence. The hidden image is really hard to see and I had to mess with it for hours to even get it that legible. The hidden message is “jordan 23”. 4.JPG contains a second secret message. The program PicSecret is one of many ways to hide text inside an image file. This method is known as JPG Steganography. Running 4.JPG through PicSecret with the password gets Alex the password for 5.ZIP, “bukowski”. Charles Bukowski was writer born on August 16th in 1920, 70 years before Alex.



5.ZIP contains a program called MultiMode Cocoa and instructions on how to use it to convert 6.WAV into an image. Slow Scan Television (SSTV) is a method of sending an image over radio waves as audio used mainly by HAM radio operators. It’s a lot like sending a fax. After waiting for the program to play out the 1 minute and 50 seconds of horrible screeching, Alex receives the following image:



Turning the Heroclix dial on the Riddler figure to the right position gives Alex the password to run 1.JPG through PicSecret. The secret JSTEG message hidden in that image is a code for $25 at Amazon. I really like the idea of giving him the pieces to solve the final puzzle right in the beginning (the Riddler figure and 1.JPG) but the knowledge to unlock it at the end.

Alex Sent me a text that said “Wooooooo! Thanks Jon!” attached to the following image:



I had a lot of fun concocting this scavenger hunt and I know Alex had fun solving it and I hope it made him feel a little bit like Batman.

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