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I can understand why Andy can keep coming up with new stuff.
There’s nothing in the world like getting barreled.
Some longboarding can cure what ails you.
I’m pretty stoked about this one. I should start thinking about adding a face and some hair. Email me at: email@example.com if you want any of my art as a wallpaper.
Complete with a colour palette.
Me trying to be Andy Davis.
A little illustration promoting the all mighty Stub.
Not many surfers raise a hand when gliding along…
One and a half top turns.
Laura, Rob and I hit St. Agnes today. It was pretty epic. I had the best over the falls of my life on this wave that might have been a head and a half. It kinda felt like a roller coaster ride. The locals were loving The Stub.
The crowds were dense and undensified at a later time.
How can anyone resist taking pictures of oil on the ground?
Rob owns this contraption: a legit miniature surfboard(fiberglass foam, stringer and all) with trucks and wheels mounted on them. It’s pretty sickkk.
Here’s Tony, the snow monster I’ve created for my current project.
His special abilities: He can do 500 push ups in a row.
That looks a bit better yeah?
Benji’s back from Super Tubes. We went to Pporth for some surf. It was pretty gash and I forgot my contacts and Ben forgot his ear plugs. We looked at it for a while and I finally decided to go in for a few minutes just because I believe if you’re going to drive that far to surf, might as well get wet. Duckdiving in -50˚C water almost makes it not worth it.
A nice arcuate green bench to sit on while watching some gashness. I think I got like three super short rides. It was worth getting wet.
Oh yeah, got that new Machado traction pad.
I made a promotional video for the Sco Monster Toy. Music by Joe Hisaishi.
This is how you combine visual with culinary art:
I was talking to Zack on iChat and as I was on my way to get my camera battery charger, I realized that I totally forgot that I was baking a sketchbook in the oven.
I think the sketchbook was in the oven for the right amount of time.
A 45ish degree angle view.
Bird’s eye view of my current project.
God rays are in cartoons, movies, and every day life in general. Photography wouldn’t be where it is today without God Rays. Whether the soundtrack to God rays is organs playing or a subtle choir singing ahhh, God rays are awesome, a good God ray shot will trump a sunset or rainbow shot any day.
Keith doesn’t know it but he’s in the presence of God. Three ish gods to be exact.
Many Gods look upon Praa Sands.
Sometimes only one god shines through. Taken By Ryan Riley.
Surfers love god rays. Taken By Ryan Riley.
Sometimes interesting framing can make a photograph incredibly spectacular. I’ll save that for another post but here’s a preview. Taken By Ryan Riley.