Friday, September 11, 2009
Piece inspired by my personal hell, involving Grecian mythological beasts dressed as sports figures, chasing me down a football field. I had alot of fun with the characters in this one! Done in Adobe Illustrator CS3.
A mock up comic book cover using original characters. Its an older painting at this point, but I still like certain aspects of it. Acrylic on Illustration board.
This piece was supposed to be a portrait of J.R.R. Tolkien. I used elements of the author and not his actual likeness. Overall, its a weak execution because of the lack of obvious details I could have put in, but I enjoy the composition. Pen and Ink finished in Photoshop CS3
In my free-time I've been working on an 8-bit independent video game. I decided to try my hand at making a cover for it. Certain parts of this work, others don't, namely the reflection of the planet and snake in the visor. I'll probably come back to this one at some point and touch it up before I release the game.
Although not my strongest painting, I still like the idea behind this one. I decided to make Britney both a puppet as well as a puppeteer. If you take the time to look, you might see some interesting details. Acrylic Painting on Illustration board.