A cluttered spaceship interior.
This is a little painting I made on my iPhone with ArtRage. Slowly built it up over the last month at random intervals.
Had a quiet day. Made this painting.
This Sketchbook is from 2014. Most of it was drawn in San Francisco while working for Lucasfilm on Star Wars Rebels. Parts were drawn in Hong kong and Vancouver. I should note that this book was taken by my five year old son one afternoon, he added some lovely drawings too it. Its the first time anyone has drawn in one of my sketchbooks. Mixed feelings, I probably would be upset had it been anybody else. His drawings are super… Read more »
For some reason I kept misplacing this sketchbook. It went missing for weeks and just recently resurfaced uper my car seat. This is from early 2015. I started it in Hong Kong while on holiday and finished it some time in the summer. Would have been sooner but as I mentioned before it kept disappearing. Luckily it resurfaced long enough for me to scan it. Enjoy.
Took a break from storyboarding this afternoon and painted this improvised landscape in photoshop.
You know you like your job when you spend your free time making fan art about it. I was drinking and drawing the other night when I had this half baked idea about Sabine brainstorming in her sketchbook. A few hours later and it evolved into this silly painting about my friend Brad Rau having a pint with the Ghost Crew. There is no way anything like this would ever get approved at work but its fun to imagine the Rebels cutting loose at ‘ol Joes bar after a successful mission. Why Brads there, I don’t know but it cracks me up and in my book that’s reason enough. …And to clarify, for all the parents out there, lets just say Ezra is drinking “space root beer”.
Here’s a detail so you can see Sabines doodles.
I went to a drawing party last night. This ink sketch was one of my take away drawings. Someone challenged me to draw a Victorian witch under water and this was the result.
My son Silas is really getting into his drawings lately. I’m very proud of to see how passionate he is about art. He takes his work very seriously, almost too seriously.
The other day we were in the middle of a long drawing session when it dawned on me that he is a drawing fiend. I drew this little caricature of him. Oh man was he upset. I agreed the drawing was off insisting that the eye color was wrong. This only upset him more. I was trying to coax him into a caricature battle but I don’t think he gets it yet, got to get him to fire back. Can’t wait to see what happens when he starts drawing the family. I’m sure it will be glorious.
This sketchbook is dated August to December 2007.