Utah trip

For a week over the break, I went on a trip to Salt Lake City. Here's some stuff from the trip:

completely unrelated drawing I did on the trip:



















Big Ed's where we had lunch one day.















3 from the natural history museum









































Cement factory. They've got all kinds of this stuff there.













...and of course, the obligatory DS PAINTINGS!

















I had a great time and even learned something new: people from Utah are called Utahns, which is a funny word.

13 comments:

  1. that factory is sweet and I'm jealous of the DS paintings, I'm getting mine as soon as my school $$ comes in.

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  2. Sorry man, I should have called you. To be honest, I thought you'd be there. Next time we'll sketch again man. See you!

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  3. yea that factory's real nice.

    i can't get used to the ds painting.

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  4. I concurr, the factor is dope. I'm stoked about our portfolio class. I might have to trade in my psp for a ds. That suff looks neat.

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  5. DS painting is a blast. I like those New Guinea sketches too.

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  7. sorry i wasnt sure who you were, but i was recently clued in, anyhow your stuffs wild, thanks for the comment, im sure we'll come across each other at workshops.

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  8. your textures are so fucking rad.

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  9. Ian Hill9.2.08

    Good Job Ben. Cement factorieS are raD. Is that Baby Indian Girl being attacked by the dolls or is she playing with them? Great...cool...sweet.

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  10. I'm not sure how your mind thinks exactly(not that I'm meant to), cause there's some crazy stuff here, but in a good way! i agree, the factory is awesome!

    I must admit I am very intimidated by digital portfolio...

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  11. I just got my DS. WOOHOO!!

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  12. Good stuff, Ben.

    What are you using for the ds paintings? Homebrew prog?

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