Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Here's 3 memory sketches from last night. Right now, I am up to my forehead in terms of pressure and challenges. Why? I have no idea. But, let's hope art will continue to be my personal jesus.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

My first Gouache

I did this piece earlier this year too. I was supposed to do it in acrylic. I had just started painting with an actual brush in October '04, and I started with oils. Acrylics frustrated me (still do) but I also kept hearing about gouache this, gouache that. I was working at DTS at the time with a BG painter named Donna Prince. She went over my color key with me and gave me ALOT of pointers...just pointers. No painting. Thank you, Donna! So, I stayed up late a couple nights at the studio with my pre-mixed cups of gouache from the color key and whipped this out.
And, yes, there's some digital touch ups on the the nose bridge and blur for the FG element...but, that's it. This was published on the cover of a local trade...but, the color saturation was a little much....but, here it I like it...mistakes and all. :)

A few of the Visual development pieces I did for DTV late last year/early this year that didn't get past development. The idea was cute. I wish the creators luck on getting their project picked up elsewhere.

Nostaligia - I left this top picture at my friend's house a LOOOOOOONG time ago. It's an airbrush I did when I was 17. The 3 figure drawings were just a few I favored from earlier this year.

Saturday, October 15, 2005


Ahhhhhh...feels good to not paint with a WAC-tablet for a second and just f-up your lungs with good ol' turpentine and oils. (cough)
"Nicole" was painted yesterday and "AJ4" was painted earlier today. Btw, those are my favorite pair of Jordan's, favorite pair of shoes actually, Air Jordan IV's. For the right price, this painting is for sale to anyone else who loves these kicks as much as I do.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005