Friday, March 30, 2012

Goliath Vs. Ghoul

Here's a new painting that was just released in the recent Dungeon magazine issue #200. This has to be one of my favorite paintings that I've done recently. It was one of those instances where everything just worked seamlessly from the start, and the final turned out very close to what I had in my head (which is not always the case). 

10"x22" Oil on illustration board

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

New Art! "Lyssa"

So if you recall a few weeks back (or was it months now?!) I posted the drawing for this painting. I spent a bit longer on this painting than I normally get to between other commissions and life obligations, but it's finally finished and I'm fairly happy with how it turned out. 
14"x22" Oil on Illustration board.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

News Time!

Hey everyone! So it's news time here at the ol' blog.

First up, I've been on the list for quite some time so most of you may know, but I will have a booth at the upcoming Spectrum Live! convention in just two short months. *Yikes!*
If you're planning to attend, please come stop by my booth #802 and say hello. I'll have original paintings up and plenty of prints for sale.

Next on the list, i've revamped my website a bit and added a new gallery for my young adult work. Go have a look!

And last, but not least, I've started my own shop over on Etsy. I'll be selling a continuously updated list of prints and eventually even some original art. So head on over and take a gander.

Monday, March 12, 2012

New, old art: Female Death Knight

Today, I'm excited to finally get to share something with you I did quite a while ago. November 2010, to be exact. The unfortunate nature of Non-disclosure agreement contracts is that you can't share artwork until the product has been released or the image is spoiled on the company's website. So sometimes that product may not ever get published due to unforeseen reasons, and therefore you're art that you were really excited about having created gets lost in the dark recesses of a company's unused image bin, aka "slush pile," potentially never being seen ever. It's certainly not fun if it happens to you. Luckily, sometimes art does get used in a different way and if you're fortunate enough to find it in it's new incarnation then the image can once again see the light of day. So here's the image back from the land of lost images as I found it being used as section header not too long ago on the Wizard's of the Coast website. 
10"x14" Oil on masonite

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Titanic: Stowaways, The Interiors

Time for round two of my posts on the interiors from the Return to Titanic series! In book two our main characters are zapped back to the Titanic so they can try to persuade the captain to change course and further try to convince the Kearney's that something bad is about to happen. Here's a selection of my favorites from book two:

"Bye Mom!"

....A hammer

Zapping back in time.

Causing scandals

"'re going to hit an iceberg!"

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