I haven't updated my blog much at all, and I usually update it with figure drawings, so I thought I would post some shirt designs I did awhile back for Remetee. Some of these are several years old. I really miss drawing on the black paper, I may have to give it a shot again sometime soon.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Some figure drawings I did at Friday workshop at Watts Atelier. I got to say that the last several drawings I did there I am really proud of, especially since I went through a phase of a couple really bad ones. I also bought a new camera recently, a Lumix G3, been years since I had a real camera again, and its been fun trying to figure it out. I am quite happy with the way it shot these drawings.
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Drawing I did of Candace Bailey, co-host to Kevin Pereira on Attack of the Show. One thing I need to say about this drawing. Drawing smiles is very difficult. I spent a lot of time on getting her smile just right, hell it probably could be better still. To help me out on this matter though, I referenced the great pinup artist Gil Elvgren. He is a master at painting beautiful women. There is a lot you can learn from by looking at his work.
Friday, February 3, 2012
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
I used to watch WWE all the time. Of course when I used to watch it, it was call the WWF. I first watched during the Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Roddy Piper, etc era, which was a great time. I stopped watching WWF for sometime, then got back into watching it in the late 90s during high school. This was the era of Stone Cold and The Rock. Stone Cold was one of my favorite wrestlers as he was a fan favorite of everyone else as well. I have plenty of fond memories of watching WWF with my friends all gathered in Bill's basement.
Friday, January 6, 2012
Thursday, January 5, 2012
For almost 2 years I was creating t-shirt designs for Remetee. Here are just a few that I did. It was a lot of fun being able to do this, definitely something I never thought I would do at all in my life. I really enjoy drawing skulls and working with my Art Director Brett really helped me push my abilities. The other real cool part was that I got to create them traditionally. Most of them are done in pencil. Maybe did one or 2 in charcoal and in oil paint. I also did a bunch in ink.