Monday, December 21, 2009

An Illustration for magazine article about Verizon, At&t and iPhones. Ink, Watercolor pencil and Photoshop

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

GI JOE the real american hero! An action figure is a great model because they stay so still! Illustration done in Photoshop CS4 on Wacom Tablet

This image was done as an illustration for "The Story of the Weeping Camel." The mother camel, after enduring a 48-hour painful labor, would not let her calf drink milk. The only way that the two were reunited as a loving parent and child couple was through the music of a local mongolian. Music therapy works!

A delicious cheeseburger drawn on wacom intuos 4 in Photoshop cs4


I rendered the skeleton of a centuar, and then its flesh and natural environment. Each drawing is ink and brush, done on big sheets of arches hot press watercolor paper.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Finally had a free moment to apply my palette to the background to eliminate that ugly green! Whew! I think it looks a lot better now.
Code of arms tattoo style. One color limitation, black, and white. Drawings were sketched and finished in mechanical pencil, color done digitally in PhotoshopCS4

Monday, November 30, 2009

Front and Inside front cover of Mazzard Effect's debut cd entitled "Flooded With Light"

Monday, November 23, 2009

These are just some comics I made, using sequential imaging. I did all the drawings in pencil, and then cel shaded them in photoshop.
This illustration was for an article about pilots who had lost their liscences to fly because they had passed the airport by 150 miles and were out of radio contact for almost 90 minutes. Their explaination was they were using their laptop computer... Who knows?
This illustration was to demonstrate a metaphor using human anatomical parts. I chose to render the mitochondrion, the nervous system and the spine. The mitochondria in the body produce the body's ATP or "energy." This powers our various bodily funtions, including our nervous system. Our nervous system then mobilizes our spine. The panels also feature similar information through the background, showing the realtionship between a power plant, electrical grid, and a city. The same relationship exists here, in that a power plant creates the energy for an electrical board, which makes the city operative and mobile.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Ultrageist freakshow

Ultrageist -

I had a lot of fun with this illustration, primarily because there were no bounds to which I had to adhere. Rendering and coloring all done in PhotoshopCS4
Some figure drawings I've done this year, all from life. Ranging from 5 Minute poses to an Hour. Overall, I use pencil, grey micron, black micron, pen and ink, and prismacolor markers.