Saturday, October 26, 2013

Lunar Blue

I recently did a set of illustrations - a color cover and an interior pattern piece - for a comic book that debuted at Canzine called Lunar Comics. It was part of a group effort between myself and several other illustrators to put something together, and it turned out pretty good.

The illustrations were originally intended to be used for the cover only, but they were versatile enough that I think I'm going to try and make them multipurpose - packaging or otherwise. I'll post about the comic next week. Expect to see more soon.


Thursday, October 24, 2013

October Update

I know, I know. I haven't really been updating. I'm so far behind on things I've done over the summer - illustration wise - that posting online is a bit overwhelming, and I'm tempted to just put it up all in one go. Patience, I keep reminding myself. Patience.

I've been slowly gearing up over the summer to do several big, on-going illustration projects, and as some of you may know I participated in Canzine last weekend. I'm not going to post about Canzine this time around, because I didn't do anything special for it - just tried to get rid of most of my old stock - but over the coming weeks I will be uploading some of the new work I debuted there, along with other illustrations.

I've also decided I'm going to mirror this blog on tumblr: you can find the mirror of it here. I'm not going to abandon this blog - I've had it for years - but not everyone has blogspot, and at the moment I'm interested in having my work reach as many people as possible across multiple platforms. My old posts will not be mirrored, but all new posts will. You can continue to follow me here on this blog, or take a look at the new one.

Expect posting to be a bit sporadic until I figure things out.

That's all for now.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Memory Lane

Recently I had to go through my life drawings for semi-work-related purposes. I wasn't sure if I'd have to make prints of them or not, so in the process I did a round up of all the things I've done over the past two years and re-scanned them.



It's a bit weird, seeing my traditional work. During thesis, I was so busy with digital that I forgot that I worked with paint and ink and conte, and its only now during the summer that I'm slowly starting to get back into it again.







Most of these have been posted here before, I believe. My favorite technique is still acrylic and ink on Mylar. Its the closest I can get to digital without the digital.