I have no idea why the last one loaded with red eyes, this is how the eyes are suppose to look. All blue baby, that's how he lulls you into a false sense of security.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Well I got the color on em and delivered the final file to the printer tonight so I can hand in my last Illustration assignment of the year tomorrow afternoon. I still seem to have a weird eye for skin tone, I don't know what that's all about. It made my figures in painting class look wierd to, maybe I'll figure it out next year. So I went with a monochrome version, which I think works a lot better. Now I guess I just need to show it to a couple peole and ask them who it is, that way I can find out how well it works as a caricature.
Thursday, May 8, 2008
Do to influences in class, namely my boy Tony Montano - my fellow super cool illustration student, and Bill Carman - my super cool illustration teacher. Each trip to class led to a new version of the sketch and thankfully a better version, each has progressively looked more like SK to yours trully. Now I need to go get some color in it and finish it.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
A quick sketch that I did of Stephen King for a full caricature that I am doing for my last Illustration assingment of the year. My first sketch wasn't very good, but I got help from my favorite fellow Illustration student, Tony Montano, he got my sketch to not look like the Governator which the first one did. Bill Carman my instructor helped me flesh this out even more and now for all the fun coloring and background work.
Thursday, May 1, 2008
This drawing is an old one I actually did in highschool, at Nampa High for those interested. It was done looking at a cover that Erik Larsen did for Amazing Spider-Man The Revenge of the Sinister Six. This piece is all pencil, no little digital nudges back when I did this one. It's old, but it might still be the piece I am the most proud of, figured it needs to be on here for anyony that might actually look.