Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas! May Christ be blessed and praised this season (and year round)!
These three images are all in-progress work. The two bottom pieces are images I am working on for friends. They are a LONG Way from being finished, but thought I'd post the rough starts to give you an idea of what I am working on this break in Iowa.
Speaking of which, the top photo is some more in-progress of my largest Lego model yet! It should be 4 feet long, 3 foot wingspan, maybe 2 feet tall and possibly 35+ lbs! Don't expect a finish on it this break (as I will need to order certain pieces for it), but the majority should be complete by near end of January!
Enjoy this Christmas not for santa or giving or getting, but remembering what we GOT! It means Christ-day- the day our Lord came so that He could save us from our sins!

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Fall 2009 Semester End! Digital Clothed Figure Drawing (part2)

These are some of my best drawings from Digital Clothed Figure Drawing this semester plus the top three which I did today in class. It was a very fun experimental class that I recommend to any illustrators at AAU. So, thus, my semester ends. Look forward to my Lego work this winter break. Merry Christmas and praise the awesome, Lord Jesus Christ.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Digital Clothed Figure Drawing Final (part 1)

Part of my Digital Clothed Figure Drawing final (12 good drawings). On the left is what I did in the 10 minute pose during class. On the right is me experimenting with color and line and trying to make a cleaner and more impactful drawing. More to come!

London Bridge is Burning down, burning down! Our Fair Lady!

This is my final for Sci-fi Illustration with Stephen Player. Awesome class, great critiques! This is a cover for War of the Worlds. Been learning by trial and error how to digitally paint stuff! The final of this piece is soooo much better than how it started, but that is usually how most art work progresses- and it's fun to see. Anyway, about to finish my work this semester. Expect shortly some more work before my winter break.