Friday, February 26, 2010
Doing a portrait in Illustrator for my big brother. It's not complete, still tweaking color levels and creating a few more shapes. Probably work on it again later in the weekend, it always good to step back, before going forward.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Here is a small section of a website I have recently finished. I will post the entire design when the site is launched. It was a fun process and hopefully what will be perceived by "me public" as a fun design.
Friday, February 19, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Well, I am winding down the whole painting thing, although I will still tweak a few that are close to completion and I have to start an Elvgren copy for my daughter. She's just got to have one (a great endorsement of my art, wait, I mean Gil Elvgren's art. Oh well, so much for impressing my daughter with what I personally do.) At any rate, I do have some web stuff to design and that includes a replacing a couple of "construction" pages on my website. I will be posting some new images over the weekend. Cartoony and fun, hopefully.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
I should be finishing up my painting portfolio (for Grad School) this week. Many of the paintings remain "Works in Progress", but I have to move on to other things. Most of the endeavors up ahead are victim of the artistically postponed from the end of last year before the painting like a madman tour began. I have some web projects on tap both professional and personal including getting another page or two up on the Horrendous Fiasco Website, including an expanded Gallery Page (Sketches, Design, Paintings, Flash, and Animation Stills) and the Hula girl home page animation. I will continue painting periodically until the 15 canvas goal for 2010 is complete. 7 complete, 8 to go. But now It's Super Bowl time.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
I painted this for my Big Bro 15 years ago. I had him take a picture of it for me because I thought I might use it for my portfolio. It is always a little strange to revisit art that you have seen in a long time. Probably won't be using it, not because I hate it or anything, I just like what I am doing now better. This is too derivative of the illustrator Doug Fraser. I am still trying to find my inner Gav painting wise, wish me luck.