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Sketch card commissions, for any character(s) or any subject.

$15 for pencils. $25 for gray scale. $35 for full color.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Let's Play Monster and Servant

Over the next week or two, I will throw up some of the cards I did for Breygent's Classic Vintage Movie Posters Sci-Fi and Horror Collector Cards.

The set was challenging and fun at the same time. With a lot of reference material to choose from, I was able to snatch out bit and pieces of movie posters and add my own take and style onto them.

A couple of the puzzles I did, I'll grab the pencils and do a side by side for them later. I always enjoy being able to go back and look at my roughs, and then comparing it to the finished product.

Monday, June 21, 2010

The Pro Artist Return Cards

These are the three Artist Return Cards I received back from 5Finity, for my work on The Pro sketch card set.

I'm holding onto to these for around 15 days, so if you have an offer that you would like to give me, let me know, and we'll talk price. I will entertain serious offers only, with the card being shipped after payment is received.

Friday, June 04, 2010

Get Right With Colors

Last year, I completed a couple of pieces for a base [sketch]card set for Monsterwax, called "The Art of Fear". This was one of two pieces I'd created for the set; which unfortunately it seems to have been indefinitely delayed. The purpose of the set was to have artists illustrate different phobias or fears, and write some short text to accompany the image. I chose the fear of pool drains, after finding some creepy stories about it. I couldn't find a particular name for this phobia (which is odd, given that that the DSM has a name for just about ANYthing one could fear)

I don't get a chance to post progression pieces much, mainly because I forget to scan roughs or pencils, and just get the finished colors recorded. I like this one, in that I had the idea in my head, did a quick rough of it and then the finished piece didn't deviate greatly from the original. The girl's face I actually took from an image that my brother photographed of my (soon to be) sister-in-law, making screaming faces.

The idea is that the drain, coupled with the water, are actually dragging the girl into it, the bubbles of the water like long fingers, wrapping themselves around her, to pull her body into the vortex. You can see her silent scream, as the air escapes her body to bubble into the water.