Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Here's an oldie...my girlfriend and I came across a pottery store in Benicia, Ca. and painted a set of coasters for our apartment back in Jan. 2005. We enjoyed it so much, we decided to reserve a table during the following month for Valentine's Day. My girlfriend, being the graphic designer that she is, painted a serving bowl with fancy patterns (too shy to post) and with Star Wars Episode III just around the corner, I had robots and jedi's on my mind. At the time, I was really stoked about Warren Fu's concept designs for General Grevious and loved how that charater turned out on the Cartoon Network version. I know the design had nothing to do with Valentine's Day, but it was the first thing I threw down on paper.

11 comments:

Andre Barnwell said...

HAH..dats cool. Feelin the concepts you threw down on papertowel..nice use of watever you got. Every artist has that day.

Emma said...

Whoa, that's awesome!

Great feeling with all the splattery stuff, and the robot itself is badass... what a way to make your dining-ware distinct...

Ray Villalba said...

You do really awesome work man. Im really impressed with it. Keep it up. Thanks for your comments I just re-design Shark man and I just put him up today and your right about putting him in an atmosphere under water. Thanks again. I'll definatelly keep checking up your blog. Very inspiring.

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! These are too awesome!! Nice paper towel drawing! and the plate is TOO COOOL!

St John Street said...

Awesome stuff and thanks for the dropin take care!!!

Goobeetsablog said...

Dinner is always more fun- when you have to eat your way through to the image:)

-brian

sedyas said...

Cool blog, Gerald!
Thanks for sharing this sketches and watercolours. Very cool.

-Sed

Skribbl said...

Oooh! Nice robot! I think yours would win. Funny they have the similar gun hands. I think it's something in the water....

TR said...

Yours is more interesting!! Your sketches are great!

GOLEM - Victor Hugo Asselbon said...

este trabajo me parece buenisimo.

Carly Monardo said...

Wow, fantastic sketches! And I LOOOOVE that plate!!

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