Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Anatomy


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Monday, September 28, 2009

Stones

Here's a big rock monster guy. Concept art, here I come!

 
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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Something a little different

Odd assignment. We basically turn a classmate's portrait into a vector then cut it out with an xacto knife. Fun, I guess. Now I can stencil my homie's face all over the city, too.

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Monday, September 14, 2009

Illustration

First assignment and I got an A on this bitch. Chyea!

Wish I would've changed a few things, but whatever, I'll feel like that about everything I'll make from now until forever.

 
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Fishies

Finished this fookin' cuttlefish! I swear, man, if it wasn't for Star Wars the New Order I'd have gone insane working on this. I may have been getting hand cramps at the drawing board, but my head was on Coruscant fighting the Yuuzhan Vong. I thank the Force for my sanity.

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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Monday, August 24, 2009

School's in, sucka!

Here's a (unfinished) master painting of Homer's "The Herring Net" minus the herrings. Here's hoping that I have time to finish it.


 
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Saturday, July 25, 2009

'Ello, Wizards.

Going on week two of no Facebook. It's rough, man, I'm telling you. There are so many reasons to get back to it versus a single reason to stay away; internet avoidance.

Anyway, here's what I've done since then. I'm working on a composition for an oil painting to be submitted into Illest of Ill, which is the wizard. I FINALLY finished my mom's horse painting. Can't wait to see the look on her face when I give it to her! The most enjoyable part of this week was, by far, having the studio reserved for our Jungle Gardens paintings. This gigantic bird painting (4 foot by 6 foot) was finished in three days.

From Summer 2009

From Summer 2009


Sunday, July 19, 2009

Long time coming

So I've dropped Facebook recently. It's liberating in a way, but at the same time I'm feel I'm becoming more reclusive by doing it. My initial reasoning was to get rid of all of these fake relationships I had with people and instead talk to people with, you know, voices. The reason slowly turned into a way to get off of the computer and do something productive. It's working, though, since without Facebook or Myspace I spend maybe half the time clacking away on this keyboard.

Anyway, here's my art.

From Summer 2009

From Summer 2009



These next few are the block color roughs I did for the precollege program. The bird one is a friggin' huge 4 by 6 feet! I'll be finishing these next week, updates to come.
From Summer 2009

From Summer 2009

From Summer 2009

From Summer 2009


Here's some Jungle Gardens mural stuff.
From Summer 2009



Saturday, June 27, 2009

New Sketchbook Painting

So I've been playing with gouache a bit. I'm attempting a Sargent master copy in gouache but I don't think it's coming out.. I'll keep at it, but it's so hard to replicate something in a different medium.

Let me know what you think!

From Sketchbook
From Sketchbook
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Thursday, June 18, 2009

Sketchbook

The long awaited update to my blog is finally here! I've been doing studies over the last few days, along with a few concepts and pre-vis for my secret agent project. The Maya modeling of the Gleinicke Bridge for my concept is coming soon.

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