Recently I was asked by Indatus to design a set of buttons to be used as give aways at their booths. I sketched around a few ideas and these were the out come of the button set. They also put up a nice little one pager on the artists included in their button packs. http://indatus.com/buttons/
Special Thanks goes to Robby Davis the Art Director over at Indatus for including me in the artist set. He’s a pretty talented artist in his own right! http://www.robbydavis.com/
Ok, so I finally broke down and bought an Ipad. I got a really good deal on it that I couldn’t pass up from a buddy of mine. I’d been doing some paintings on my Iphone, so I thought I’d give it a whirl to do some sketches and paintings on the Ipad. For all of my work up to this point I’ve been doing my digital paints with an old school Wacom Intuos 2. I’ve yet to break down and get a Cintiq ( although I’ve wanted to ) so this was my first stab at directly drawing on a tablet. So I picked up a stylus and gave it a whirl. It proved to be a little different and at times a hair laggy, but I’ve enjoyed it quite a bit. Most of these have been done in Alias Sketchbook Pro, and a couple have been done in ProCreate.
Ok … so my blog has been down for a bit. There was a server migration that seemed to jack up the back end, but I believe that things are back up and running now. Sorry to the few of you that still visit this lacking blog. But if it makes any difference new posts are coming THIS WEEK!!!!
Here a couple of quick paintings I did on my iphone. They work for the most part. But are pretty basic and simple….then again….I was basically finger painting. Mostly these are just color tests.
Been a little while since I’ve posted some sketchbook stuff. So I put together a few pages to put up here. Lots of miscellaneous stuff here. Several of these are just warm ups I’ll do by drawing, creating a shape and force myself to turn it into a character…..Hence alot of heads. But I’ve been trying to loosen up more. I tend to draw a little stiff and tight at times.
Recent Illustration done for Faces Magazine. This one was a tough one. It depicted a time where Russian cosmonauts gave the U.S astronauts bread and salt as a token of good will aboard the Space station early on.
I posted the sketch for this on Twitter last week. This is a new print that will be up for sale on my etsy store this week. It was recently a part of my show back in Dec.
If you are interested in pre ordering a copy just drop me an email ahead of time and you will be one of the first to receive it. Currently it will only be for sale in 8×10. 11×17 HOPEFULLY coming soon. I’ll be sure to post a link to the updated print for sale later this week!
Here is a recent illustration Completed for Appleseeds Magazine for kids. The article was aimed at kids around 5th -7th grade and was about UFO’s. Had a good time doing this one, always enjoy doing aliens and monsters!