Been real busy as of late. Here’s a quick thing I finished up for Foul Spirits. A couple Halloween concert posters. More work coming soon!
Some friends and I recently made a short film. We wanted to create a horror movie that was for kids with kids. No gore, no blood, no slasher style horror stuff. I’m really proud of the cast for their hard work and commitment. These guys aren’t actors and I think they did a really great job.
Here’s a look at some shirts I designed and printed for The Worlders. We wanted to make a shirt that worked two ways so with a little bit of elbow grease we produced these guys. Super large print on black and white shirts. Modeled by the grizzly Colin.
The second thing I’m posting is a sketchbook. I have like 3 sketch books going on at all times for different things. I keep one for writings/ideas/random, one for when I travel and a third for a special topic. This sketchbook was based on portraits. I use the sketchbooks to work on my drawing skills but mostly to play around with technique.
I recently contributed to the Silver Screen Society for their month’s theme Mad Max. After a ton of thumbnails and trial and error images I ended up on a pretty simple execution. The sign at the beginning of the movie stuck with me the most so I decided to render that sucker up. I think the skull on the sign is a really nice foreshadow for the rest of the movie. Here’s my image below and the rest of the contributors (added all month long) can be seen at the link above.
Downpour Creative recently designed the collateral for Kent Standing Rock’s “Who’s Your Mama Festival”
The theme for this year was conservation and extinction. We wanted to focus on some animals that are going extinct or had already gone extinct. We dug up some very old educational images and got to work.