For one of my finals, we had to do either an illustration with Mark Twain or Kim Jong Un. I picked Mark Twain. We had Three hours in class to work on it, and this is what I came up with. Enjoy!
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Hey guys! the Kickstarter for the project I've been working on is now live! Mages is a really fun card game that I'm doing the artwork for. Please check out the page, like, share, and if you can, donate! Every dollar counts!
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
This was done for one of my illustration classes. For this assignment, we had to pick a visual cliche from a list and incorporate it into an illustration. I chose cloud. My first thought is that clouds could look like brains (maybe?), so I did a bunch of thumbnails where a dude's brain was replaced with a cloud, kind of like an x-ray view. But then I thought that the clouds coming out his head would be more interesting, so I went with that, even though the cloud idea kind of turned more into smoke. Also, I keep looking at this and thinking 'Harry Potter'. Don't know if that's good or bad...
For this, I decided to do a basic painting in acrylic so I could get some cool textures. Then I added some details digitally.
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Recently I've been working on the illustrations for a game called Mages. We're doing a Kickstarter campaign starting in April! If you want to keep an eye out for this, please feel free to check out a like the facebook page! There will be updates about the game along with some artwork in progress. It's going to be great!
This is a younger mage, a prodigy if you will. He's the youngest mage of the group, and he's got a lot of talent.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
For this assignment, I decided to do an illustration based off of The Snow Queen. this is a scene near the end of the story where Gerda finds Kai in the Snow Queen's ice cave. The Snow Queen has told Kai that he can only escape and receive and pair of ice-skates is he can solve the puzzle and spell out the word 'eternity'. There's a whole lot more to the story, so if you want to know more about it, you can read the summary here.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Here's Hansel and Gretel! Figuring out the composition for this one was really tricky, but I think I got pretty close to what I was going for. I did a lot of research for the clothing/trees/house for this one, but I don't know how much it paid off, haha. I decided to have it take place in the late 1600's early 1700's in Germany, so I tried to research stuff from that time period.So there you have it!