Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Monday, June 11, 2012
This is a three fourths view of the character Omega. Everything just kind of clicked for me one night while I was doing some work out of Andrew Loomis' book, "Drawing the Head and Hands". So I grabbed a piece of paper, and this came out. Kinda cool. It's nice to know I'm getting better.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
So this was the writing class I took this last Spring Semester. The image you see was for the final, in which we had to create a piece of art or write a story using some of the principles we learned in the class. Basically, the focus here is the two characters you see in the image, which is what the story centers around. This was designed to be a cover for the story I'm writing called, "Chosen", and I'm thinking about actually using this image as the cover.
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Hi. So I know I haven't put much on here lately, so I'm back to remedy that. I'm all up in the new semester right now. Science Fiction and Fantasy writing (of which we haven't written much) and Figure Modeling. Figure Modeling is the school's fancy way of saying "sculpture". So here's what I've done so far. I'm still taking the class, so hopefully I can just update this post when I have new things to show off. Keep in mind, this is the first time I've ever done this, so I'm not any good.
Monday, January 2, 2012
Hey everyone! So school is out, and that means I get to work on stuff that I want to work on! So real quick, before I get too deep into anything else, when Brodie and I went to Comic-Con this year, we met George R.R. Martin, otherwise known as, "The Guy Who Wrote Game of Thrones". While standing in line, Brodie and I met Bryan R. Brennan. We got to talking, and come to find out, he's a writer who was looking for an artist. We exchange contact information, and a few weeks ago, he asked me to be a part of a comic book project he's working on, called "Saga of the Seer". I'm only doing preliminary artwork and research right now, (Did you know vikings never had horns on their helmets? Me neither.) but so far it's been a lot of fun. I've been able to simulate work as a professional, and push myself as an artist. So here is the work I've done so far on "Saga of the Seer". Also, if you have time, look it up on Facebook right........ here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/265975360125615/#!/groups/265975360125615/ Enjoy!