I have been meaning to post this one a few weeks ago, but the family and I made the move down to Maryland from NYC, so with packing and moving two kids, there was quite a bit to get done. Well, we are here now, in Maryland settling in nicely, making the switch from city rats to ‘burbanites .
Posted in Pop Art
Tagged 2013, comic book illustration, Cool, Drawing, Fashion, Fine Art, Illustration, MadMen, Patterns, photoshop, Pop Art, Portrait, Retro Art, Smoke
Breaking up to make up… Love in shades of Black an White…
Posted in Pop Art
Tagged Art, comic book illustration, Drawing, Emotions, Illustration, Kiss, Lips, Love, Men, page layouts, panel structure, Patterns, photoshop, Pop Art, Portrait, Relationships, Retro Art, Vintage, Women
I couldn’t help myself to do another skateboard. I really enjoyed working on the tiger board, it was a nice switch from canvas and paper. Since I sketched out so many, and I enjoyed the process of working on the board, I bought another one and at first I was going to go with a giraffe sketch I had done, but in the end more people actually wanted to see the elephant. This is actually my second go at the board, the first hit you can actually see on my facebook page. Since the elephant takes up a large part of the board, that much grey would dull the entire board. So the elephant gets color, it will still have shades of grey but with color, maybe like a bluish-grey. I might take one more past at this and then it should be finished.
Posted in Misc. Works, Skateboards
Tagged Animals, Colors, comic book illustration, Commission, Drawing, Elephant, Fine Art, Illustration, Painting, Skate Deck, Skateboards, Studio, Work in Progress, Work Space
I know it has been way too long since I posted anything. I have been working on a lot of new stuff, and have put my Nutcracker 2087 project to the side for a while. This is some of what I have been doing in the mean time, do not worry I have started working on it slowly recently and will post something very soon! What you see here is a five foot by four foot piece of canvas, pinned to the wall ready to be drawn on and painted. This came with an idea from my studio partner, to take these drawing I had, most of which are only about 8×10 inches, combine them on this huge canvas. The first canvas was to be 8×4 feet, somewhat overwhelming, not to say that five by four feet isn’t overwhelming, but it was easier to handle. I didn’t have a real sketch, what I did was, have all the drawings I had done with this same kind of style and feel around me as reference, I of course sketched out loosely on the canvas with my Ebony pencil and when I was satisfied with enough of a sketch I started with my thick brush pen. It took about two ten hour days to complete the drawing, it was a lot of fun! It’s being painted by my studio mate, and we have clashed already but I am happy with the direction it is going. This is the first of many we will collaborate on.
Posted in Canvas', Misc. Works
Tagged Canvas, comic book illustration, Drawing, Fine Art, Illustration, Me, Self Portrait, Studio, Work in Progress, Work Space