Friday, September 9, 2016

Watercolor Sept.

Another watercolor. Tried to stick to a little more monochromatic, and getting
a better feel for texturing and working with the 3 paints. Oh what I wouldn't do to
have a brown though. Still, forcing myself to use only 3 has been a learning experience.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Insect Watercolor and sketches

I'm hoping to get some sketching in on my trip to Palo this week.
Here's some fairly recent watercolor and sketch work




Sunday, July 24, 2016

BMK II

I took the opportunity to partake in Allegorithmic's vehicle design contest, which was great fun. It motivated me to work on a Beehicle Mark 2.0, which is something I've wanted to do. I feel like there's some things I could still improve upon with the vehicle, that I didn't have the time to fit in for the contest, but the gist of it is there. 




Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Updates-Prior to Watercolor


I missed a few items that were actually created before the watercolor of the bird. These consist of some studies, as well as the mermaid I created for my niece's birthday. As for this month, things have taken a temporary shift into the modeling world as I joined the challenge over at Allegorithmic, which has about 2 weeks left. I'm very excited to take part and see all of the entries.







Monday, June 6, 2016

Adventures in Watercolor

Getting my feet wet for the first time in watercolor!



Really expecting to do more in this medium, and to incorporate ink into it as well. Also, I'm including a picture of my Current Desk Situation (CDS), a series of images that will follow my artistic adventures via what my desk looks like including my "art of the times". Basically what I'm currently working on or am into.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Triptych Finished

Finished the 3rd and final piece to the Ascension triptych I've been working on. This 3rd one took awhile to get to, but I enjoyed making it.

Titled "Artificial Descent"


And the series as a whole:


Monday, March 14, 2016

Organic and Hard surface Booleans

Working on some dynamic sketching exercises with organic and hard surface Booleans.