Here is a sketch and paint-over versions of a Space Troll. I tried to do a little bit of painting after work rather than watch tv. A few minutes here and there. Just for fun... so enjoy!
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Friday, April 5, 2013
I was shopping at my favorite electronics store when I came across an employee that looked really unhappy. He seemed to have "checked-out" a long time ago. That shopping experience was the idea behind this sketch. Hope you like it.
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Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Need for Speed
It is one of those weeks where I really struggled to get something done. One of the best ways of getting out of a slump is to do something fast, like a sketch or a speed-sculpt. I was not sure where I wanted to go with this sculpt, but it got me motivated enough to get back to some real work. I hope that you like it.
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Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Love Letter
Happy Valentine's Day Everyone!I wanted to post something fun this week, and so I decided to paint this sketch. Hope you like it. Cheers!
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Monday, November 12, 2012
Something like a video game lackey. I completed a few sketches but they were going nowhere. This chap came out of a “ZBrush Materials” exercise, and became the bad guy that I wanted to sculpt. Over a few nights I managed to get him to this point. He still needs a lot of work, but it’s always fun to post a work in progress.
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Sunday, November 11, 2012
What? Not Another Pig!
Ok I have to admit I do like cartoon pigs. They are fun to draw, but the recent pig motif on this blog is just pure coincidence. I work on a lot of different things at the same time just to mix things up, but sometimes a project gets finished faster. This idea is an old one but just happened to get completed faster when I realized what I wanted to do with it. I laughed when I noticed that I was posting yet another pig. I found this while browsing my older sketches and immediately wanted to put the character into this warm setting. I redid the original pencil sketch in Illustrator and moved it into Photoshop for painting (about 4 hours – start to finish). Is he a bad piggy? I leave that entirely up to you.
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Saturday, November 3, 2012
What's Shakin' Bakin'
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