A little sumthin’ I made for the guys at Normalboots.com
I never tried my hand at ‘pixel art’ so I’m a bit of a noob in this field, but I felt it was an appropriate style to use here.
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The final product
Original drawing I made during class
I recently started to shift through some of my old drawings and sketches to see if something would spark, rekindle my enthousiasm for them. I’ve been having a lot of fun doing digital work but lately found myself lacking any real inspiration to come up with new and interesting pieces.
So I thought, if I can’t come up with something new, maybe I can work on something old… so I did.
I choose this sketch first because it was the first one that really struck me as something that had the potential to be something far greater than it was now; a little doodle in a notebook I made during classes. And I think it became just that. Not perfect, but great nonetheless.
Also, I can’t wait to work on some of the other sketches and drawings. I didn’t think it would be so much fun to revisit all of them, but I’m having a blast. Although not all of them are that great or usable it’s still a fun little trip down memory lane.
Demon Frogs!! Or something.. could be a lizard, I’m not sure yet. Could be a dragon for that matter…
(I guess it depends on whether or not I’ll flesh out this design some more).
All I know for sure is that I wanted to draw an evil looking creature. So I did.
A Christmas card I made for my friends and family.
When I was little I always made birthday and holiday cards. But as I grew up I kind of lost the incentive and actually grew out of drawing altogether. These past years I picked it up again and this is something I wanted to do for a long time but everytime the holiday season came around I just never got to it. It’s only after I got into digital art that I really set myself to pay homage to my own little tradition.
I wanted it to be dark and mysterious but still hopeful. I really like how it turned out.
"For all those who, despite their own struggles and personal adversity, choose to love, share and inspire others"
A line someone, whom I greatly respect, once uttered. I’m paraphrasing it a bit here but it was more the essence of what was said that resonated with me anyway. It was the inspiration for this Valentine’s Day card.
A new design in the ‘Dystopia’ series
the tagline is a paraphrase from Stephen King, The Running Man
Dawn of a new day :)
(Some of the art is now also available at society6)
Artwork for a new art design series I’m creating.
I’m intrigued by the concept of "dystopia" as it ponders on what could possibly lay ahead for mankind and the role we will play in the future of our world. I wanted this series to have that surreal yet familiar feel to it. A human culture overrun by nature.
Also available at society6