so it has been so long since I started on self publishing the module Tomb of Kochun, I am no longer happy with the cover. So my buddy Grant Cooley talked me into redoing it as a piece that I can submit to Spectrum Art Book. This is the second stage sketch, after choosing from a thumbnail, I am now starting to lay in the final line work. I would love to hear peoples opinions on this.
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my own take of the holiday season. i learned of the krampus last winter and i have wanted to draw him ever since then.
Continue reading my style christmas
Another drawing done at Hypericon 2010.
Batman, Ink, 9×12, 2010.
i have a bunch of art that is backed up needing to be scanned and posted. here is a con sketch done at hypericon 2010:
The Joker, 9×12, 2010.
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This 9×12 ink drawing was originally done for Dragoncon 2010.
So I am revamping my art site and basically integrating everything into my wordpress blog. That way it is all on one place for everyone to check out.
I just finished my multimedia page, which is what the other art gallery pages will mimic.
I also uploaded a new(ish) video. I finished this one in 2009, but this is its debut on the web.
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no one will teach you how to defend against their logos
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Here are some sculpture / costume commissions I am working on.
First is a WIP skull mask. It is meant to be a pauldron for some armor, but it will also be available as a latex or hard plastic mask.
Second is a WIP duck bill prosthetic. This is for a costuming group for Draogn Con 2011. I know it will work in latex, we will see if it also works as hard plastic.
So I have a strange problem being an artist. I have a hard time selling my work. And not in the way most artists I know have, it is not that I don’t want to let go of the piece, I just never feel it is good enough to sell. ip information . I get really excited about the work while I am doing it, but once it is done I often get bored with it. When people ask me what my favorite piece is, I always say my next one. And this is because I see the issues with the last piece and know how I am going to tackle those problems on the next painting.
It is also not that I feel that I have not put in the effort on a piece; I just see all my mistakes and often feel like under selling myself. Put this in with my inability to be a salesman and close a sale, and my art sales have never been strong.
For example my friend Daniel bought one of my originals this month. I was honored that he wanted it and gave him a good price on it, but still when it came down to receiving the money, I started to feel like I needed to knock some more off the price. I realize this is a silly thing to feel, but I still feel this way.
I guess I am wondering if other artists have or have had this same feeling??
So i was talking to Sam Flegal today about doing an interior illustration for a module I am self publishing when I realized I hadn’t ever posted the cover painting I finished for it. This is a little old, back when I was leaning more towards doing mainly digital for my illustration work.