I’ve been considering doing an ink work of something from the film District 9 for some time, and I finally decided to fit it in here. I managed to fit it in between two other commissioned pieces (call it a “break”).
I also decided that, instead of just an ink work, I’d have fun with it. I’ll probably still go back and do a normal ink work of something from District 9, but this one was fun.
This is the character Christopher from the film. Well, it will be when you see that I’m done with it.… Read the rest
Something that comes up from time to time is the need, as an artist and a designer, to have a portfolio to show someone in person. That could be at a convention, or a job interview, various places where having a portable way to show your work would come in handy.
For many years, I’ve used a simple, letter-sized portfolio, which has worked well. I can have a design on every page, or a group of art pieces, or even change them out as needed. But, for that to really be effective, you need to print new things all the time, and in general over time they tend to get a bit beaten up.… Read the rest
I’ll be attending the World Horror Convention in Austin, Texas this week, and I’m hoping to meet a lot of people there. I have a number of friends that will be there, along with quite a few I talk with online who will be nice to meet in person.
If you decide that you’d like to see what a poor, unemployed, REAL starving artist looks like, here are a few places you might just find me. First, the “official” list:
- Artists Are People Too! panel
4:00 PM Friday, April 29 – Phoenix Central
Scott Edelman, Russell Dickerson (M), Vincent Chong, Steve Niles, GAK
Thanks to the Internet, a right-click of the mouse lets anyone copy an artist’s work right off the Web.
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Though I’ll try and get better pictures of it once it’s dry, I decided to go ahead and add my newest acrylic painting to the site. I call it, Consequences:
I’m really having fun with acrylics (and inks for that matter), but they are far different from my digital pieces. I sort of just let them come out, and let them be who they are, and really try to experiment as much as I can. Sometimes it works, sometimes not. Hell, maybe this one doesn’t work either. But it’s still fun.… Read the rest