Monday, February 22, 2021

Triptych History: The Fray Bentos


The Fray Bentos
ink on bristol
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During my mentorship program with The Illustration Dept. and Giuseppe Castellano we worked on images for a potential illustrated Jules Verne book and also this series. Triptych History, where I profiled lesser known, odd or interesting moments throughout history. In the five illustrations that were done, I jumped around quite a bit. Here is the first in the series. The WWI tank, the Fray Bentos. 

Monday, February 15, 2021

MLB Flagship Sketch Cards


I've been seeing some of these cards up on eBay, so I'm guessing that it is safe to show these now. Last year, I participated on this set from Topps, the first sports cards that I've done since doing some NHL cards way back in 2008. And only the 2nd sports set done ever for me. I'll show the rest soon and have my AP's up, as well.

Friday, February 5, 2021

Invisible Sketch


I was compelled to sketch the main character from the short animated film, Invisible. He is, of course, the Invisible Man, who not only is invisible, but weightless, as well. He holds himself down by carrying a large fire extinguisher slung over his shoulder. 

The film, by Studio Ponoc, is one of three features in the 2018 film Modest Heroes. Invisible is truly a great piece of animation, worthwhile to check out if you are into such things. 

Monday, February 1, 2021

Speculations From The Evening Star


The Evening Star
ink on bristol
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This is the 5th drawing in a series based on Jules Verne's Master of the World done through the mentorship program via The Illustration Dept. and Giuseppe Castellano.