Painting

Wolf

Wolf

The story as told by the Wolf from The Three Little Pigs suggests that wolves may not necessarily have to be "Big" and "Bad", but are perhaps misunderstood because what they eat happens to be cute. It should be inferred, however, that the following story given by the wolf is merely a fiction made up to conceal his guilt. The wolf, portrayed as rather civil, had a cold, but was baking a cake for his grandmother's birthday, so the wolf had to travel to the little pigs' houses to borrow a cup of sugar. Each time the pigs turned him away, the wolf's cold caused him to huff and puff and sneeze a great sneeze, whereupon the wolf would accidentally destroy the pig's house.

Finding the inhabitant deceased, the wolf decided to eat the body so as not to let good meat go to waste, since the pig was dead anyway. The final pig's house was not blown down, and the wolf went into an excessive sneezing fit while the pig allegedly insulted his grandmother. The authorities came and dragged a furious and flustered wolf away and locked him up in prison, from where the wolf is now telling his (not entirely convincing) story.

Tree frog

Tree frog

Medium: Oil on canvas

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

Medium: Ink, watercolour, pencil crayons and gouache.

Ukulele Tiguana

Ukulele Tiguana Painting

Medium: Acrylic on wood

The Kraken Skull Painting

The Kraken Skull Painting

The Kraken Skull Painting commissioned by Sobeit Studio (http://www.sobeitstudio.com/)
Medium: Acrylic on resin

Wolf
Tree frog
Self Portrait
Ukulele Tiguana Painting
The Kraken Skull Painting