Thursday, May 20, 2010

Thesis Parade, Part Trois!

Our young hero and his stalwart cube companion have lost their way! And more pressing still they're being watched! Who is this shifty serpentine specimen scaling the shadowy canopies?

Here our hero has heard a noise! Upon investigation he finds the mighty Bullcube, struggling to pass through the only foe to ever have defeated his unparalleled head ramming capabilities, a locked gate!

I'll tell you, if it isn't obvious, I had a lot of fun with this.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Thesis Parade, Part Deux

This is Legs (Fig 1.1). He's distressed.

Fig 1.1

Our protagonist (we have one of those you know, this is a story) on his journey through the woods (what woods you ask? you know, the woods) finds Legs (amongst many parenthetical statements) in this state, distraught!

All of Legs's friends, you see, have swam across the river, but Legs is too scared to try to cross. A previous attempt to swim (Fig 1.2) resulted in a terrifying failure!

Fig 1.2

But our protagonist knows better! Keenly noting the tremendous length of Legs's legs (see all Figures) he is quick to point out a serious oversight.

"But you're so tall! You can probably just wade across! Have you tried?"

"I could? Hey! You're right! I can!" And so he did. (Fig 1.3)

Fig 1.3

And there was much rejoicing. (Fig 1.4 et. all)

Fig 1.4

Fig 1.5

Fig 1.6

Fig 1.7

Fig 1.8

Fig 1.Apple

Fig 1.9

Fig 1.Cube

Just the same as in my last post, all photography is by Kenneth Sterling Gronquist

Thursday, May 13, 2010


It's been a little over a month since I posted last, but it's been a very very busy month. A month of finishing my thesis/spring project thingy, getting it framed, putting it up, graduating, packing, and driving. Busytown. So! This means it's time to share!

Today we have the King of the Forest, and man is he thrilled to be here.

I'm not really entirely sure what noise he might be making. I was very solid on the idea that he'd be doing a nice, full throated "Durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr," but I'm open to suggestions. Any ideas?

All photography by Kenneth Sterling Gronquist, who was an absolute pleasure to work with.