Christmas Zombies I did for a Commission back in December of 2014. Brush pen and microns to ink it, warm and grey Copics for tones. all on 9×12 Bristol board.
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Art I did for the Fanboy Planet team a while back is finally up!
Digital Illustration pin-up I did for Jeff Manley’s upcoming book TheTeam.
Space Usagi, now in color!
I scanned and colored the pre-grey toned inks from my Space Usagi for the Stan Sakai CAPS benefit auction. The Stan Sakai benefit auction is to help Stan and his wife Sharon. Sharon’s illness requires 24-hour care and medicines that cost more than their insurance covers. I will post again when the action is live. You can also help in …
A Trek Through the Holidays.
Commission for a holiday gift of a family in a Star Trek setting. I used the classic TV bridge set and put each family member in a different series outfit. They are breaking all sort of time and space laws as well as many Federation regulations I’m sure!
Family Christmas card (2013)
Family caricature/Illustration for a Christmas card I was commissioned to do for 2013. Done from photos 100 percent in Photoshop on my Cintiq.
Adventures in time and space.
This is a poster done to be displayed at a birthday party. They are all the same woman at various ages. Done from photos, digitally in Photoshop on my Cintiq.
Another piece done for Game Dev House it’s up on their Facebook page here. Done completely in Photoshop on my Cintiq.
A cheerful bat mitzvah girl and a traveling family
These pics were done as a commission for the girl’s bat mitzvah last month. Done from photos 100 percent in Photoshop on my Cintiq. I was hired to do a “caricature”, but, more and more these jobs I do from photos, are more like cartoony illustration. Not really exaggerated, just nice comic-book looking versions of …
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I actually did this caricature commission a while ago, but had to wait until it was given as a gift to post. Then I forgot about it until just now. Anyway here it is, it was done 100 percent in Photoshop on my Cintiq.