I had some blank Prisoner sketch cards reserved for my Artist Proofs and when asked by the client what I had I was more than happy to do something on them.
Monday, January 18, 2021
Saturday, January 16, 2021
From Nothing Came Something, 1990
acrylic on canvas board
Recently, I rewatched the film My Left Foot with Daniel Day-Lewis. I hadn't seen it it in some time, probably the early 90's, or so. I was very inspired by the story of Christy Brown and did this painting not long after my first viewing of the movie. I dug it up and looked it over some. It's a simple piece, but I still like it. I don't know why I chose to do the foot as a silhouette, but I think it works.
Wednesday, January 13, 2021
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This here illustration is the fourth in a series based on the Jules Verne book, Master of the World. This scene is when a Toledo police agent discovered that a submersible, was using the entrance of a creek near Lake Erie to make necessary repairs.
This was done under the guidance of creative director Giuseppe Castellano through The Illustration Dept.'s mentorship program.
More to come!
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
These are the 5 sketch cards that I selected for my Artist Proofs for the Holocron set recently released through Topps. If interested, the eBay links are below:
Thursday, December 31, 2020
These are most of the cards that I did for the Star Wars Holocron set released by Topps yesterday. I will post my Artist Proofs soon. My focus on this set were from the last season of The Clone Wars and the 1st season of The Mandalorian.
Wednesday, December 30, 2020
Each year, my friend Sandra down in Texas gets internet pics posted for her birthday and hopefully, she still gets a bunch of them. This year's pic is from this past October when I went for an open air helicopter ride. One can see my knee as we did a steep left bank, and that scene is a pretty good fall sky in Michigan.
Happy Birthday, Sandra!