Sunday, November 21, 2010

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Scrubbers

Scrubbers
3" x 5"
Water Soluble Oil on Canvas Board

These are my buddies. I make strange friends in my sleep.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Progress Update

Well, I'm still fixing up some of my other works, but for now I'm happy that I managed to fix this particular piece...


Although I could easily spend the rest of eternity nit picking and touching up parts of the image, I will not. I know it must hurt to hear that such a talented artist such as I will not further this particular piece of beauty, but it must be done for the greater good. I have more game art to work on and many paint brushes to burn through.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Mask AI

At this point in time, my school assignment (Space Corporate) is almost finished, my secondary painting (The last painting I showed) is almost done, and so I took a break. What did I do during this break? Well....

I was inspired by the idea of Jared's mask drawing, so I decided to make my own interpretation of the piece.


Maybe I'll color it next....

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Art Overload

The past few days has been hectic, as I went back to the society for a casual class trip and ended up spending the day in NYC waiting for discussions on the Air Force Art Program. The program itself is interesting because it provides willing artists research material (and food) for a specified amount of time as they join with the air force training exercises. The only thing asked of the artist is that they make an illustration/painting of something they saw when they get back.

Anyway, the society is finishing up their air force art show this weekend, I believe sunday afternoon is the ending. I suggest that anyone interested in the illustration process (Research, developing ideas, creating an image representing something in their own way) or any fans of planes in general check this show out while you can.


Also....progress!

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Update

Shocking even myself, I click "new post" and have a post which I can consider relevant...

I went to the city yesterday for the show "Blow Up" located at the Society of Illustrators. It was a great talk by a combination of three major illustrators: Tomer Hanuka, Yuko Shimizu, and Sam Weber. Details can be read HERE. They talked about their processes and answered questions from the audience. I suggest seeing the show itself as the works are amazing even without the stories behind them.


In other news....I continue my paintings....



Something tells me I need to work with a new color palette...