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Friday, August 26, 2011
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Sunday, July 24, 2011
Here are three more portraits of very interesting men who had different theories as to what the sun was made out of. They are published with an article written by Pierre Robitaille a professor at Ohio State University, who has concluded through his research that the sun is actually liquid. Herve Faye is the bottom picture then Fr. Angelo Secchi, and at the top Herbert Spencer. I don't think the article can be viewed online yet, but I have read through it partly and it seems to make a lot of sense. I will post a link once I have the chance.
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Recently I have been working on a few commissions for Dungeon magazine. I'm a little late in posting the last two, the first one I have just finished last month. You can see part of the article on the Dungeons and Dragons website here (Taverngoers) (Djinn's Tent) (Six Fingered Hand) These were a blast to work on, I was given loose parameters and allowed to make most of the artistic decisions myself. Really great projects for someone like me who is trying to make a start professionally illustrating.
Monday, June 6, 2011
Old drawing I just had the chance to finish. Snagged some fresh colored inks @ Hobby Lobby, the place of my employment. 8 quality Winsor Newton colors for $20, every other week we got 40% off coupon plus regular pocket bustin sales.
Thought I'd test out some sepia lines. I like the sepia, it's not as intimidating to draw with as waterproof black.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Got a new piece brewin' up, the ending scene from "Cask of the Amontillado." This is a collaboration instigated by my former classmate Mike Puncekar who is working on the color half of it. My intent was to show a more sorrowful revenge, rather than angry, being exacted on Fortunato. I felt it went with the slowness and contemplated way he was executed. Catacombs were a blast to draw.