June 22, 2008
We discovered the movie Behind the Mask the Rise of Leslie Vernon.
And its one of the best movies I ever saw. We love it.
So I decided to make her a Leslie card.
I think hes wonderful!
Totally check this movie out, you'll love it if you love horror/witty/comedic movies.
its epic and totally not conventional!
Cult classics ftw!!!
I drew the card on a bit of card stock with the wonderful prisma inky pens I got for my birthday a week ago!
It's such a dark and creepy birthday card... XD
June 21, 2008
So yeah, i'm dumping basically everything I have now, just as a reference for commission work. I'll eventually just post new things in one blog at a time. Like a new project im working on and so on... but for now, i'm purging my hard drive and putting it all up here... XD
Self Portrait! I was really bored one day, and just decided to draw my face. So i sat infront of a mirror... took maybe a half an hour...
XD for some reason, my teacher is in love with it. It has been featured in a lot of art shows...
Charactures of Locke and Hurely from LOST I love it...
They're done in water color... I'd love to do more of these :D!
This guy was a commission for a tattoo design! I love him! I named him Sir Alexander!
The character was born from a friend of a friends dream, and they wanted him tattoo'd onto them! I don't know if they ever got it done... but the loved the design!
My header. This was the first Piece for school I did this year. I love it. It was drawn from a memory I had from last summer. Two of my friends and I, roasting waffles over a campfire.
You only wish you were that awesome. :D
This was a birthday card for my dad. He loves LOST soooo... yeah, card!
^^ just for reference!
This is kinda what I visualized when I listened to the song "light my fire" by The Doors. I used Watercolor, marker, ink, and some gouache for this piece. Its pretty small, like, maybe 8 1/2 by 11
A scene from a cafe in Greenwich village! These are two friends of mine. I loved the moment, so I decided to illustrate it. I love their expressions.
This was done in colored pencil, this again is a rather small piece.
This was a assignment given to me. We had to look at Robert Rauschenberg's work and create a self portait reflecting his multimedia style. This is what I created. To this day, i'm still very proud of the piece! This is a large work... I'd say 13inches by something.... XD I created this with Acrylic gloss medium and lots of elbow grease... or finger grease...? XD
This was a project to draw the contour of a messy space. Can you find Lion-o?
A forever unfinished portrait of a good friend of mine. I left it unfinished, because I didn't think it needed to be finished! :D Colored pencils!