Process

I want to share a piece I painted almost a year ago and never got around to doing anything with. I rarely work in a larger format. Most of my art is done on bristol or watercolor paper no larger than 11×17 (for scanning purposes mostly). I wanted to try something a bit different and purchased a few 2ft x 2ft wood boards to paint on.

Tiger Process

Starting with a few pencil sketches and eventually a final sketch I used a projector to trace my original sketch onto the board.

Tiger Process

Then the painting begins.

Tiger Process

Tiger Process

Tiger Process

Tiger Process

Update

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 Worlders Shirt

The Worlders Shirt

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.

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook

Sketchbook