Saturday, May 3, 2014

Abstract Designs

Here are some abstract designs that I've polished up a bit. They all started as meeting doodles which I've then brought into photoshop to add to.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Bug Creature

I little pen and ink thumbnail I cleaned up a little.

Gaston Knight

A little Christmas drawing for my nephew Gaston in Germany.

Coffee Time

Here are some quick sketches created when grabbing coffee with the lady.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Meeting Portaits

Trying out my new tablet. Meeting notes in color! Still getting used to the interface.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Planes of the face

A quick lighting setup and a little gouche. Still needs work, blacks aren't quite balanced yet.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Quick Paintings

I did these 3 while watching a movie last night.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Friday, August 12, 2011


Blowing off some steam.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Monday, July 25, 2011

Xmen First Class

Here's a render from one of our shots from the latest X-men film. I worked as Art Director for Emma Frost, Angel and Mystique for the film. It was used as the cover of the latest Cinefex magazine. I was involved from the start of this character on some of the earliest concept art. I continued on as art director for Rhythm & Hues designing the facet layout and working on her effects development as well as working on individual shots, delivering the final look seen in the film.

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Mammoth Head @ the Last Bookstore in Los Angeles

here's an image showing the main steps of the construction process.

I made the design to go with a foam model based on the time and cost limitations imposed on my by the commission outline. It would have been nice to go with a full clay model and casting a resin head shell but budget alone restricted the reality of such a methodology. I had two weeks to manufacture the head in time for the bookstore opening

One of the main factors in designing the armature was weight and stability. I had to make sure I could mount this in aluminum studs spaced 16 inches apart and break this down for transportation to and from the bookstore.

I purchased a set of mammoth tusk replicas from bone clones. These became the foundation for the sculpture. I chose to buy these instead of sculpt my own based on the space limitations of my work space and the looming deadline.

The location for the head mounting is in an old bank at 5th and Spring in Downtown Los Angeles. The owner wanted to have an antiquated head mount reminiscent of old Victorian/Steam punk style.

The tip of the trunk is about 12 feet off the ground and the top of the head comes to about 20 feet. The Head is approximately 9 and half feet tall 4 feet deep and 4 feet wide.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Pteranodon Baby

Land of the Lost character Design. This one slipped out pretty quickly. Only 3 revisions.