Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Stencil and Spray Paint on Canvas

Ironlak spray paint comes out so thick and vibrant. 
There's nothing else like it. Stenciling with it is a blast.
This piece needs some more work before it's done, but I'm liking it.

Sketch #16: Homage to Tintoretto

I love Tintoretto. This piece is my unworthy attempt at recreating one of his sketches. 
The face is intentionally deformed, which I think creates a pretty cool effect.

Sketch #15: Blind Contour

This is a simple blind contour of one of my brothers. 
I've always liked the way blind contours look and it's fun trying to 
draw without looking at what you're doing.

Sketch #14: Skate Deck Piece

Trying to figure out which one would make the coolest deck. Normally, I'd say the more color the better for a deck, but I sort of dig the look of the one with red and the other with no coloring, too. 

Monday, October 24, 2011

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Sketch #12: Spray Can in Marker

Sketch #11: Nevermore

Sketch #10: Playing with Color and Texture

Sketch #8: Boba Fett

For one of my classes, I had to use Illustrator and Photoshop to create a realistic looking object. Being the Fanboy that I am, Boba's helmet was the natural choice. 

Sketch #7: Omerta

One of my little brothers is a HUGE mafiosi fan. I drew up this little piece for his birthday awhile back. 

I turned it into this poster for my 2D Design course at UVU.

Horror Nintendo

I drew these up for SLUG's upcoming video game reviews. Should be out in November. Had an absolute blast doing these!

Sketch #6: Scout Trooper Hoodie

R.I.P. Aggs

Sketch #5: Batman