Here is one I did for a group blog. It came from an abstract shape that I transformed into a time vehicle. I tried to hint at the old style Jules Verne clocks as it's main centerpiece for the "wings". One of my first "final" quality vehicles. Enjoy.
Sunday, December 9, 2007
This one was fun. I was really inspired by Carlos Huante at the time (not to say I'm not now), and this picture was a turning point for me rendering-wise. I put alot more thought and time into how realistic characters were made... and I think, I showed alot of improvement.
Here is my black prismacolor scan, with the final photoshop coloration. The guys from D'Artiste contacted me when I was on vacation in London, and asked to use this as their cover. I was elated but they did want me to alter the background color to give it more contrast and punch... eh, I guess it worked. :P
Welcome. I'm proud to say that this is my first post, but I'm going to toss a lot of pieces out there at once to get my gallery here going. Anyway please leave comments, even if you just want to say hi. Thank you and I hope you enjoy.
This here is a piece I did for... well I can't say right now, but it was fun and I had to quickly do it in a week while preparing to go to Italy and holding up a full-time job (that's why its's rough and the turnarounds are not well rendered). It's suppose to be an asian-inspired grim reaper. Please enjoy Kala, the harvester of angry spirits.