You need anatomical exactitude. I paint portraits with a realism to impressionism, and also draw anatomical style illustrations that reminisce the Renaissance time etchings. So, if you need a human, or multiple humans drawn, I can draw a crowd of people too, as you may already know by the Atlas Metamorphosis Project.
See you soon.
Busted out a quicky to keep my hand moving…design printing rights for sale at a super decent price. You know what to do…
Iteration 7: Mr. Octahedron Contemplates His Dual on a Mid-Summer Day.
Check out the blog posts for the show I’m going to be in Brooklyn for this week. Piece is just about done.. I think…
just gotta render these foreground objects a bit more and I think I can live with it.
getting closer to finished…
sketch of painting in progress for my art show in NYC coming up at Brooklyn Fire Proof Gallery, end of the month. Time to hustle!!
For a book cover on English to Brazilian street slang. Not done yet…
EDIT: last photo is finished product.
I have a new band t-shirt design for sale! The sketch for this was the result of a day recording with the band. Went back to it and had some fun inking and painting it.
And yes, there is a jar of jam floating around there too.
This one was pretty hard to figure out what I wanted to do with each of the strange geoglyphs in Peru known as the Nazca Lines named after the Nazca civilization they were made by. Each of these lines stretched around two miles long and were made from digging long, geometric trenches in the red soil, revealing the light coloured lines.
A client asked to have these shapes reinterpreted in my neo-aztec style that I’ve been toying around with and I said yes. So here’s the landing strips for the Sun Gods to see as a beacon from the heavens:
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