This blog...

...was initially for pieces done on a computer, but has since become a free-for-all. Here you'll find process work (digital and otherwise), sketch pages and studies, sometimes with commentary.

You can see the rest of my work here.

Remember kids : if you can't make pretty designs, at least make pretty lines!


Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Daily Demons pt. 2

Demons cntd.

As to the object on the lower right... don't ask.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Daily Demons pt. 1

Darksiders II launches on the 14th of August. That's pretty soon!  In preparation, I thought I'd share the pages of warmups I did each morning during pre-production.

We didn't know the exact content of the game so early on, but we were pretty sure there'd be demons!  Check back tomorrow (and every day before August 14th) for more!   

Saturday, July 28, 2012

lifedrawing log - 07.28.12

You know how, when people take group photos, they always follow the "serious" shot with a "fun" one? This, I think, is a good policy to adopt at lifedrawing.

Drawing 1 : cheat sheet of notes
Drawing 2 : application of findings
Drawing 3 : "Now let's do a fun one!"
Drawing 4 : profile

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Creature Corsets - brainstorming

To make this manageable for mass production, I may need to go the route of clip-on attachments in various sizes.  Future rounds may just be front facades.


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Sunday, July 22, 2012

lifedrawing log - 07.22.12

Warmup heads...

...and stuff from the last couple weeks.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Monday, July 9, 2012

lifedrawing log - 07.09.12

I always feel accomplished when I can convince a model to play-act.  This guy fiddled with his tire tube for me.  (That sounds rude.)

Friday, July 6, 2012

Tumor Fun

Peter Konig did a 15 minute painting demo for me today.  We needed something that wouldn't require a lot of forethought, so I suggested a potato.  Instead, Peter made this fuzzy alien tumor thing.  (It's potato-like?)

He told me that if I was going to post this, I had to include a disclaimer that I'd forced him to paint it at knifepoint, blindfolded, with both arms tied behind his back and a Wacom stylus jammed up his peehole.  Which is, of course, absurd.  Like I'm going to blindfold a guy!
I really like how he left some recesses lighter than the areas around it.  Pete  has a sculptor's approach to painting -- very organic and non-methodical; really cool to watch.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Braindump 2 clearance

30 copies in the box I found, two moves later!  Now completely sold out.