Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Inktober part I

Inktober is here!

I missed last year, so it is without a doubt that I am participating with full force this year!

So far I seem to be sticking to a film theme.  Some go with the daily suggestion some do not.

I will be posting in bundles as the month goes on!  I hope you enjoy these as I am having a blast!

Thanks for dropping by!

"if you only knew the power of the darkside..."
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"And you will KNOW..my name is THE LORD..when I lay my VENGEANCE upon thee"
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"Get away from her..you bitch!"
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"and this is how I met.. Tyler Durden"
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"..and if by chance an honest man like yourself should make enemies, then they would become MY enemies...and then they will fear you."
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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

September Art Dump

Just a few sketches of people and places during my travels and adventures this past month!

Thanks for visiting.


Thursday, August 28, 2014

A Very Looney Tribute!

Lately my sketches have been highly influenced by my recent visit to Joshua Tree National Park!  Meaning, lots of desert and boulders.

I also learned a lot of the Will E. Coyote and Roadrunner cartoon backdrops were based on the environments of Joshua Tree National Park.

So...thought I'd do something out of my usual routine and pay tribute to one of my favorite looney cartoons!

Hope you enjoy!


Sunday, July 27, 2014

07.27.14 ART BIRTHDAY!


mech silhouettes:



Hydralisk Fan Art

These are some of the things that have been filling up my pages.
Incidentally, today is my "art birthday"! so YAY!

Just to recall..on 07/27/11..I was reawakened in my art.  I vowed that day that I would draw every day of my life..and since then I have not stopped..I have painted or drawn or sketched something everyday..I stopped worrying about being epic instead I focused on following my heart!

A big thank you to those that have been with me on this journey!

Thanks for dropping by!

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Leyendecker Study 001

Decided it was time to study one of my heroes...

Here is my humble attempt at recreating Leyendecker's Sailor.

Although it's not an exact likeness, I focused more on the master's brush strokes and color sense.

[Leyendecker: left, humble attempt: right]

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