This is a blog where the beasts of San Diego come and share their talents both from inside the theme parks and outside in their own world. Anything goes, so prepare for a truly beasted experience.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Names Aaron

Hello, Beashead fans. This blog is untouched like a snowy backyard. My name's Aaron Philby. I try and beast it from time to time. I live in Korea now. I was recently married to a Korean. She's a Korean girl. I like girls. Actually she's a women. I like women, but just one though. Here are some drawings from Korea.

This is Lulu. He's not my wife, but he's got nice lips though. huh. I like this drawing. This is a very strong piece. Strong pieces are hard to do sometimes.

 Here's a photo of the bloke. You'll notice that I made his lips bigger than they actually are. 

 Here's Min Jong. She has big lips too. Wow! Maybe I just draw everybody with big lips. I'm gonna have to be careful about that.

 I don't know why she's standing like that or why she has a paw rather than a hand.

 Here's Min Jong again doing the switchy knee dance. Me and Saemee taught her how to do this dance. Now she does it all the time and can't stop. Just kidding. 

Here's Eric. He's from the brute squad. Here he is posing on the golf course, with rays of sunshine singing glory upon his baldness.
 Eric came to Korea and killed a guy and then went back home.

This is what my style looks like now at its worse incase anybody's curious. Actually I think this is a copy of my drawing by the artist Munyoung, but he was faithful to the original. One way Korean artists practice is to copy other artists drawings. I'm not sure if that's the best way, but what do I know. I bet it builds good motor skills. I was thinking today about what I would guess would be good practice for live caricature, and I'm thinking I have good reason to believe that still-life drawing would be really good practice. I think it would be good because it builds observation skills and gives you a handle on thinking in three dimensions but it doesn't cloud your mind with notions of what people ought to look like in the way that a life drawing class might do. But I'm not real sure. I also think just trying to straight up do some awesome caricatures would be good practice too.  Thanks for reading this post. I hope to post here again soon, but what I hope more is somebody else posts instead. I don't really have much new material for this blog, but I can write and that's somethin if it's not nothin.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

hello blog...

i thought about you today. we should hang out soon!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

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Our blog is on life support.

Check out the Beastheads fan page on FACEBOOK and click "LIKE"
It will touch you places

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Dunno who's seen Fight Club or read the book...

but just know that you are not a special and unique snowflake... you are the all singing all dancing crap of the world.

Friday, March 5, 2010

The Japanese Chapter

Official Beastheads!This is so AWESOME! Thanks Beau, and Brian

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

More Photoshop practice

More Photoshop painting practice.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The Metal Beast

The Metal Beast! Inspired from listening to metal music (Photo Shop painting).

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Wolf man...and no, not the gay Jacob Black wolf man.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

All six? of us beastheads

These are our logos we used for our shirts at the convention in Sandusky Ohio. More photos to come soon

Monday, November 9, 2009

Jorge 2-D Progress

Here is 3 seconds of pleasure. My wizard running from a bunch of explosions. Can you dig it?

See more at http://www.jorheyzarat.blogspot.com

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Sunday, October 18, 2009

sketch night with the Beastheads

Bee-Huff's Skate Decks Vol.1

My first 10 decks. Working on the next 10 now. I'll keep you all posted.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Got a cool request, yezzzer

i goofed on his forehead, its hard to get everything right while thinkin how to make up the skull in exaggerated form trien to keep likeness and good structure, but still enjoyed doin this one.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Jed Soriano

The super talented rookie Beast Head, Jed Soriano, did this Beast Wars Shamu at the park.
He's not yet a member of this blog so I thought I'd post this up for him.

Check out his Deviant Art account-----------> Seriojalnc

Here's another sample of Jed's work, that you can find on his Deviant Art

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Goodbye Manny.....you're no longer a beasthead, get steppin

You'll be greatly missed mi amigo. Your a fun guy in a big dutch bag. I wish you luck and hope to see all your awesome work, Booombduur!!!!!!.

goodbye Manny beast day.....

Manny beastin at the bottom

Beast Day Farewell

Thanks to all my fellow Beast Heads for spending my last day of work beastin it like no tomorrow. All you guys have been such an inspiring part of my life. i will very much miss all you crazy freakin beasts.

Here is a couple of drawings I did on beast day.