[one-half]Admittedly, this is an extremely silly concept. I originally began the sketch just doodling shapes because I was bored, and -like seeing faces in clouds- the shapes began taking form into a Yoda-esque, pointy eared character. I thought to myself “He needs a hat,” so the derby-style bowler came next, followed by the wispy facial Read more about Hipster Goblin Sketch[…]
[one-third ]This is just a simple little sketch I did in Adobe Photoshop. I’ve always been a fan of folklore and mythology, and the legends of trolls in Scandinavia have always been some of my favorites. Trolls, by all accounts, are some of the most vicious, mean-spirited creatures in the world. Fortunately, the are also Read more about Troll Sketch[…]
Yet another unfinished Lovecraftian piece.
I’m still debating how to go about finishing this illustration, which is based on the story, Pickman’s Model.
Drawing -so far- was done entirely in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro 6, using the airbrush tool.
I recently began a huge push into the world of web design, having discovered the wonders of Twitter Bootstrap, and the intricacies of HTML / CSS finally clicking in this swirling maelstrom that I call my brain. […]
This is just a brief test animation I did while playing around with keyframes in Adobe After Effects. I know it’s not super pretty (especially the part where he puts on his hat) but like I said… just a test.