Thursday, February 26, 2009

King Thoron

(Concept art created by Josh Frost)

Another quick collaboration...this time on "King Thoron - a dark king with a lust for power!!!" He is in a little story Josh has been working on for sometime.

I took the first concept and began painting the head and crown. Unfortunately, I misplaced my Wacom tablet and used the good ol'......mouse!

After finding my tablet, I continued painting in the robe and background colors. I didn't know much more on King Thoron's history, so I treated this more like a character concept page. It's a little dull, but it helped give some life to the design.

4-shoe NDS Series completed

Here's the final addition to my shoe illustration series. Thanks for the comments, great questions, and for checking out the progress every other day.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Here's the 3rd addition to the 4-shoe NDS series.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Here's the second shoe illustration for my 4 shoe NDS series. I almost went with a solid background but decided to go with a soft pillowy feel to compliment this pink flat. Have a good weekend everyone!

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Decided to work on a short 4-shoe illustration series on the Nintendo DS. I have no idea why I chose a boot as a first attempt?! LOL. I had fun working on the shiny leather but had difficulties on choosing a background color.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

I normally don't draw vehicles, but here's a random car sketch while hanging out with friends over dinner in the East Bay.

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Created during a late night dinner at an outside cafe in San Jose, Mexico. The winds started picking up so I had to eat & draw fast. (20 minute sketch).

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Cabo San Lucas - Done during our wait to board the whale watching boat. Due to the bright outside light that day, I stayed in a shaded area to complete. (35 minute sketch)

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Finally trouble shooted the "save" issue on my NDS and....just in time. Here's a quick "Colors" sketch 15 minutes before boarding the plane.

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