This is an Illustration I had for San Diego Comic-Con this year. I’m a huge fan of the show and I love drawing characters every chance I get. About 95% of the people who stopped by and saw it had this to say; “Sooooo cute…” Mission accomplished I think. I definitely try to make illustrations as cute as possible most of the time.
Came back from San Diego Comic-Con late Sunday and I could not be more thankful to have spent the time with my fellow artist, friends, family. I am very lucky to have the most talented friends with whom I shared a table at the Exhibitors area. My prints and buttons were very well received and I could not be more happy with the reactions. Thank you to everyone that stopped by and talk. Thank you all! Below is the art I painted up for buttons I had at the Con. Now that I finally have time to take a breath I can guarantee more characters coming soon.
I was so lucky to be a part of a private gallery for a tribute to the beautiful 1939 classic “The Wizard of Oz”. I submitted this digital painting titled “Little Witches”. There were so many artist that contributed art in many forms; painting, sculpture, mixed media, jewelry… I was blown away by the diversity in styles and passion every artist demonstrated for the film. I was honored to have my art displayed next to all of them.
Another Photoshop painted drawing. I’m a big fan of stylized illustration and I wanted to get used to doing this style. This one of a good friend of mine, bird lover, nature adorer, tea enthusiast.
These are a few portraits I wanted to do in a quick digital painted style. I wanted to keep them simple but expressive. I want to start developing a quicker way to get an illustration idea out. At least in this specific style. They are pretty close in likeness of the real person.. trust me. 🙂
Here is a sneak peek at what I’m working on at the moment. A very cool Draenei character. I have some of the body to finish, a bit of clean up, and some special effects. Should be done with it soon.
A few more screens from work I did for the wonderful folks at C2L.
This is a self portrait digital painting. I never dress like that. Thought I would see what I looked like. 🙂
I finally got a chance to get back on the Kael’Thas Sunstrider painting. I like how it turned out I hope you do too.
This is a frame from a stills presentation for some great folks and company that contributes an excellent resource for the community.
So I was not liking where the Kael’thas Sunstrider painting was going. I didn’t like anything I was doing so I changed the composition and background. This is a part of it. Way behind on it now. But I’m still hammering it out.
Cartoon(ie) work I did a bit back for some fine folks.
Some characters I did for a client. Had fun doing these very much.
Digital painting of a Warcraft Character. Enjoy!
Here is another little loop animation I put together. Enjoy.
So I wanted to try something new. This was pretty much all Photoshop. I wanted to try something new, a new way of coloring if you will.
And a Thor Girl. I saw a girl in spectacularly made Thor cosplay at Comic Con this year. She looked awesome and so I though…. Now that’s what I need to draw.
Here’s a little animation I put together. Just wanted a simple sort of retro thing. I think it turned out ok.
Here’s a sketch of a Catwoman. I wanted to do it more like my favorite Catwoman, Julie Newmar.
Came back from San Diego a couple of weeks ago. It was fantastic as it always is. I met many, many great people. This is a photo of the prints I had at the show. They were received extremely well and I was so happy to talk to everyone that stopped at our booth. Thank you all!
Had an amazing time at the San Diego Comic-Con 2011. Met a lot of interesting people and had the pleasure to meet many fantastic artist as this was my first year presenting art in the Exhibitor’s Area. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our table, and thank you for your support.
Finished the SDCC print I’m gonna be selling. Hope you guys like it.