Anybody that’s followed my work knows that I absolutely love painting trees. And tonight I gave a class on several Photoshop techniques and tricks that can be easily applied to painting nature. So I made this painting as the class example, and… well… here we are.
You go up the stairs and through the door, which leads to another flight of stairs that takes you to a sort of mezzanine overlooking a large chamber. You can’t see the entirety of it from your position, but you can see that there’s platforms, passages, stairs, hanging bridges and what seems to be water (hopefully) at the bottom. […]
I was recently asked by a good friend to make a comic for a university project she had, which involved creating a feminist maganize. At first, I was reluctant to make anything, mostly because I’m not exactly a person that keeps himself up-to -date and knowledgeable in the comings and goings of this world. But […]
This is definitely one of the largest, if not the largest commission I have ever made. And I’ll admit, I wasn’t crazy about it at the beginning. In all honesty, I’ve never been much of a fan of Pokémon. Sure, the monsters are cute and funny sometimes, but I tried the game and just got […]
You have entered the tunels which were opened by the Kobold’s head explosion, and after a few twists and turns you come to a small room with two wooden doors – one on the base floor and the other on a second floor, accessed by a small flight of stairs. Neither door seems particularly […]
After exploring different possibilities for the warp-ship, I choose some designs that simply catch my eye and explore them in an isometric view. From here, just like before, we choose another few and explore a bit further. Ir probably sounds like an arduous, perhaps even tedious process. But trust me, when it comes to drawing space […]
So after working a bit last week on the design for the enemy, based on the old Marvel images of Dr. Doom’s Pacifier Robots, I added the robot into the image and continued working. This still needs a lot of work, but as they say, “it’s coming along”.
Personally, as a table-top role-player, I’ve never been able to adapt to embrace the use of tiles, maps laid out on the table and miniatures. I guess it’s just a matter of preferring that we all just use our imaginations or whatever. Sure enough, tiles, maps and miniatures help keep things clear and organized (and look […]
As I worked on the final Pokemons in my composition, I simply had to admit that Dragonite doesn’t quite fit in with the rest of the image. All the other Pokemons have a monstrous feel to them that Dragonite simply doesn’t have. Perhaps it’s the big, round nose, the large eyes or the smoothness or whatever, […]