Thursday, September 29, 2011

too small a space

This is a piece I’m doing for a jurried show. The only requirements for the show is that the pieces were not to exceed 6” in any direction. So I did a little painting of a rather irate monster being crammed into a too small space.
I had originally scanned this, but my scanner devoured it. So I ended up photo documenting it. It still doesn’t totally capture the image, but it’s a lot better. The image is done with acrylics, colored pencil and some ink.

Bonus silly monster thumbnails. :P How I planned how how I wanted the monster scrunched in the space. I had the idea to have bits of the monster poking out of the frame, but then the image on the whole would have had to shrink to keep in the size restriction.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Little media study monsters. I'm making pieces for a show where they all have to be 6" x 6", and I'll be doing monsters (who would have guessed!) in traditional media, so I did these two to warm up and remember how to use paint.

Done in a watercolor moleskine book, acrylic paint and colored pencils.


Second commission for a good friend of mine. Her character Ramla doing some parkour.

Referance used.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Dinner and a Movie

Locust, my cyberpunk character, eating ramen while surfing the internet, at the same time. Truly, this is why he spent so much of his time making said arms, and learning how to use them.
Just a quick, maybe even under an hour doodle.

Been on a cyberpunk kick, and I haven’t really drawn Locust at all, save what I had to to get his appearance down, and figure out his extra arms. No refs used, and it shows. I think you can tell where I started to lose my attention span on it as well. >.>