Sunday, March 27, 2011

Television Rules The Nation

Here's a process peak at a new revision project that I am working on called 'American Idiot.' More details to come once it is completed. 


Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Anybody Home?!

     Talk about procrastinating... this blog was a graveyard for nearly a year. Well that it is no more, time for a resurrection! First off, I've been tinkering with the layout of this blog. As of right now it's more of a reflection of my portfolio site which is based on a minimalist format to allow the art to speak for it's self. Comments or pointers are more than welcome!
     The mindset of this blog will now be like an open tap on my creative process and incoherent ramblings of everything art and design. Oh yeah... and here are some quick sketches I did of some friends! 


Friday, January 22, 2010

Scratch that, I need a fresh start!

I did this piece for a friend that was about to embark on a new voyage to the concrete jungle. This was the first time I used scratchboard, and I believe I was successful in getting the style she had envisioned. I am probably going to explore this medium more and create line work similar to my printmaking.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Here's How To Order!

I know it's been awhile. I've been working on a few new projects and trying to fix my scanner. A digital camera is only as good as it's light source. Just a quick sketchbook dump off, a few animals, a sketch of a obama esquire mag cover, tf2 spy, mad hatter, and a billy mays rip quick sketch. Michael Jackson sketch inevitable. Cheers!

Monday, March 16, 2009


Tribute to Ed Hopper. 12'' x 18'' cold press illustration board. pastels. 

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Hopper 2.0

Here's some quick snap shots of my current work in progress. It's my rendition of an Edward Hopper self portrait. His attention to geometrical design through light and shadow, and the ability to capture a common day in America are what I enjoy most about his paintings. The composition has been broken down into 5 different parts based on the brim of the hat. Each part will contain different color schemes of warm, cool, complementary, analogous, etc. Cheers!