Saturday, October 24, 2009

Scrapyard

Here's something fun I made for a school project. We had to come up with an idea for a TV series, and I ended up with a stop motion kind-of animation series for kids. Sadly, I haven't been able to actually animate any of this, but building all of it was great fun!














Saturday, October 10, 2009

Hatchlings

Ok, some call it unhealthy, but I have a thing for elaborate crosshatching. I find it very relaxing and allows for an almost sculptural way of drawing. I thought I'd share a few pieces I've done this way. Some go as far as a year back, but have stood the test of time as far as I'm concerned



 





Waterworld

These few pages were done during my vacation. They're sketches/notes for an idea I had about a culture based around fishing and other aquatical enterprises. I never got anywhere with this, but I love making stuff up like this







Anatomicalities

A few pages from a little booklet I made quite a while ago. Studies of the nude figure in colour pencils, from the head.






Stills

Can you guess the movies these stills are from?





"It's-a-me!" (and other digital portraits)

Here's a few works that were done digitally, aided by my small but efficient drawing tablet. I've learned a lot by doing these!

First up: three digital self-portraits.


The next three are quick portrait studies, all from the head




A homage to the master...


A few more sketches from the imagination for good measure






Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tank Charge!

Here's a few shots from a small personal project I did for fun. I designed the layout in Photoshop, printed it on sturdy paper and built a whole division of 'em!




Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Gilgamesh


This was an illustration I made to the story of Gilgamesh, the ancient Sumerian hero. I love the story. It's epic, absurd and tickles the imagination.

Vacation sketches

Done while traveling through Austria & Italy