Thursday, December 12, 2013

Illustration Open Assignments

Open assignments from Illustration class.
The Robot Slayer. Digital

Questionable Meat Market. Oil

Vis Dev Mega Post

Here's the final pieces with some process work I did in Visual Development class over the semester in chronological order.


I'll be honest, it was the first project and I didn't know what I was doing, so my process was a little weak. I think it turned out okay though.


My assault hover craft that goes around and kills shit in the desert.

We used a random animal to base our made up creature off of. I got a chimpanzee and tried to blend it with a flying squirrel and a gecko.


A prop for an alternative water supply on a farm.


Drug lord's lair based off a site map created by another student.

Marketing Piece

The final piece had to combine all the assets we created over the semester into an illustration.

Figure Painting

 Some paintings from figure painting class. Spent 3 class periods on each.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Creepy Castle

Here's a personal piece I made. I submitted it to the illest of ill show.

Monday, September 9, 2013

Ghost Boat

Did this one over the summer while listening to Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Spring Semester Pieces

Illustration open assignment. I was inspired by the Long Range Recon Patrols during the Vietnam War.

Book Cover

Editorial piece about drones.

Digital painting of a waterfall

2 page comic about a homeless guy getting attacked by a pack of wolves

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Game Project

I designed a game set in a city over run by the desert. You steal water to survive and the mafia tries to kill you.

The characters.
The environment.

The cover.

Monday, March 4, 2013

Monday, February 18, 2013

Ashley Wood Studies

Did some quick paintings based on Ashley Wood's World War Robot book. And then did a speedpaint of a forest.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013


Last Friday at Digital Painting Sketch Club Noah Bradley did a demo over skype and chose the topic of a sci-fi lava planet for the one hour speedpaint challenge. Above is my entry which he chose as the winner and for the prize he painted over it. It was an awesome experience and a big thanks goes to Noah and the DPSC crew.

Unfortunately he didn't save the paint over, but I tried repainting it the next day with his suggestions.

The two paintings above are some things I did over break and the end of last semester.