After spending all day storyboarding action and drama, taking two hours to paint a landscape where nothing happens is pure self indulgence. Ok,got it out of my system, back to work.
Long overdue. Don’t think I’ve sat down and done a pencil drawing in a while. Computers are sucking my soul dry. Needed to escape so I sat down and drew this at the kitchen table while my boys were having a lively discussion about hacking Minecraft.
May the 4th be with you! Here’s a fun little BB-8 short I storyboarded.
Doodling while waiting for some downloads to finish. Painted this washed out little bridge.
If I can’t go to the mountains then the mountains will come to me. Painted this snowy landscape to remind myself that places outside of the office exist.
Spent the weekend with the boys at the beach. Its fleet week and the air show was pretty inspirational. Here is a little watercolor I did of the Blue Angeles screaming past Crissy Fields.
These were dark times. Shortly after starting this sketchbook the life I knew was suddenly and violently torn me. After seven years of marriage Virginia she asked me for a divorce. It seams she had finally grown tired of living with an artist. I hope one day my boys will understand how hard I tried to make it work. I spent a good part of this last year looking inward. It has been painful yet enlightening. I would never wish… Read more »
I think on a subconscious level I’ve really been inspired by Alex Grays work. I was introduced to his art in college, my roommate kept a book of his paintings on the coffee table. I haven’t thought about it in years but this morning while rewatching Holocrons of Fate it dawned on me how much he has influenced my storytelling and design.
His painting the Theologue. was always one of my favorites. I must have tapped into its influence while storyboarding this scene from Star Wars Rebels.
Found this while cleaning up the rats nest which is my art folder. Vader vs Ahsoka Tano in the sith temple. Painted it while storyboarding on the Twilight_of_the_Apprentice. It was a really fun episode to work on and worthy of some in-house fan art.
Playing around with some new digital oil photoshop brushes by Kyle Webster.