Here’s what I ended up doing for the Giant Monsters theme. Aren’t they the cutest thing? Click more for some more.
I like the one on the right. He seems like my kind of guy, like maybe we could drink beers or something and talk about life.
Is he something like that?
ooooooooooh maaaaan… your giant monsters are AWESOME!!!
the textures on the whole scene are outstanding!!!
and the monsters are indeed cute. borderline to adorable almost…
congratz on the killer artwork!
This is great. Love the fishing boat. And again, this digital paper technique is just the coolest thing since icecream.
bravo, sir. Bravo.
Joshwick, he only drinks NeerBeer. Is that close enough?
Bruna, thanks! Merrill and I went leaf hunting through some path’s in the woods the other day and found some beauties.
Doug, Thanks buddy. I’m liking it and trying to push it some different ways. Why? Who knows.
if i were a fisherman, i would totally stop that boat to give each one a giant monster hug. 🙂
then maybe catch them and bring them back to port for food stuff. gotta make a living.
Mike, mmmm, monster sushi.
Hello Bryan! You don’t know just yet, I’m Paolo ‘Gecko’, I work with special effects and Illustration in Sao Paolo, Brasil.
I really love your work!! The use of the leafs, really cool, Inspiring! Your work is full of a sweet humour!!! Love it!
I’m preparing my new blog, I’ll be posting some of my work soon!
Um grande Abraço!!!
Hey Paolo, thanks for stopping by! I can’t wait to see your work!
Loving the leaves! I think a lot of things we find in the yard should be scanned. Check this out:
Mikey, I agree, there’s lots of scannables in the backyard. Some unscannables as well. Nice illustrations!
These are just great :o) …but I wouldn’t want to be in that little boat, just in case!
Hey June, ha, yeah. The question is, are they looking hungry or disinterested…
Haha, these are soo cool! 😀 I love them. You do magic with layers, Bryan. 🙂
Thanks Muffin. Layers are so bomb.
I really really like this. Very creative. 😀