Posted by | January 20, 2007
Littered with kitties

I just finished this illustration up for none other than Meow Mix!  Wheee. They commisioned several illustrators to do new versions of their character. Unfortunately mine didn't make the final cut,...

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Posted by | January 2, 2007
Hulk like striped leggings

Wow, holidays sure take a toll on the old blog action. Anyways, here's an illustration I did of The Hulk. Click on the orange "more" link to some exploration sketches,...

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Posted by | December 16, 2006
Santa Blast

This week's Drawergeeks was Santa. I figured one of Santa's reindeer is always lighting the way, so.....    (click on the image for some cool zoomage action) (more…)

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Posted by | December 10, 2006
Image based lighting and my new camera. Wheeee!

I know, I know, this isn't really too artsy, or heck, even fartsy, but I've been having so much fun with my new digital SLR camera that I had to...

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Posted by | November 26, 2006
Doggie Chaw

This was an illustration for a new line of doggie comestibles called, you guessed it, Pork Chomps. This was a really great project because: a) I love dogs.  b) I love dog...

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Posted by | November 18, 2006
Nightmare

I was just playing around with an idea for a new technique for me, where I layer a bunch of old photographs and then using layer masks slowly reveal different...

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Posted by | November 3, 2006
My daughter’s alien.

The latest DrawerGeeks assignment was to take a drawing done by a child, and then so an illustration based on that drawing. So I picked this drawing by my five...

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Posted by | October 22, 2006
Monkeys need leaves.

Here's the full illustration of Igor the monkey, as well as some of the riveting steps involved with the creation of the background. + © owned by Saputo Bakery, Inc. (more…)

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Posted by | October 16, 2006
Ooo, ooo, ooo, lookit the monkey.

This was a character I developed for a healthy snack type treat for the Canadian equivalent of Hostess. His name is Igor. Not only was he used for the packaging...

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Posted by | October 3, 2006
Robot Birdie

I created this for a digital illustration awards contest. Here's some of the process I used to create RoBird. First a little sketch action. I was going for that classic "friendly, deadly, and...

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